Ransomware attacks have become larger and more sophisticated—and hackers are increasingly stealing sensitive information and threatening to publish it unless the ransom is paid.
Cybercriminals know that most supply chain companies are under-prepared and under-resourced when it comes to cybersecurity, making them easy targets for attacks. Here’s how supply chain companies can strengthen their defences.
The adoption of DevOps has resulted in faster and more flexible coding, but the trade-off has been an increase in software vulnerabilities which need clunky add-ons to address. DevSecOps aims to bake cybersecurity into the design and dev stages itself.
With the cybersecurity industry facing a steep skill shortage, many companies are struggling with recruitment. But the reality is, the best cybersecurity talent often comes through unconventional routes. The key is knowing what to look for.
Governments around the world are launching COVID exposure tracking apps to fight the pandemic. But with so many governments infamous for botched IT projects and unclear data policies, how can they win the hearts and minds of the public?
With a global shortfall in cybersecurity talent and the growing sophistication of cyber threats, companies need to rethink how they recruit, train and develop their IT workforce.
The digital transformation of Australian businesses continues at speed, increasing the demand for cybersecurity workers, but the talent pool is as small as ever. How can companies find and retain effective talent in this day and age?