Company culture, resource constraints and process limitations are just a few of the obstacles that security pros face.
Digital transformation of stakeholder services brings a lot of benefits to Local Government Areas (LGAs), but opens them up to new cyber risks as well.
A single cyber disruption can quickly cascade across national infrastructure, bringing the whole network crashing down with disastrous consequences.
Threat intelligence is rooted in data, providing insights into cyberattacks and what indicators of compromise to watch out for. But to be effective, those insights need to translate into specific actions.
As manufacturers worldwide embrace new automation technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity is often sidelined in favour of productivity and cost savings. This is a disaster in the making. Ransomware attacks have ravaged some of the world’s biggest manufacturers, and if you’re not prepared, you will become a target.
Many companies increasingly rely on a network of consultants, contractors, freelancers and gig workers for their day-to-day business. A constantly changing workforce can be great for your company, but it can expose you to a whole new world of cyber risk.
As businesses realise the value of digital transformation, cybercriminals are rapidly adapting their phishing skills to cloud environments to snare unsuspecting victims.