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A lot has happened in 2020, and we’ve all had to adapt as best we can to entirely new ways of both living and working. Let’s take a look back at the defining cybersecurity trends of the year.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to take their transactions online. The rapid shift left many companies struggling to put down security measures, which made them easy targets for cybercriminals. Read on to learn more about the shortage of cyber professionals and what we can expect of cybersecurity in the future.
Discovering vulnerabilities is par for the course for any digital organisation, but what sets them apart is how gracefully they handle its disclosure.
This week Gar is joined by Leonie Smith aka ‘The Cyber Safety Lady’ and host of the Digital Families podcast.
Cybersecurity in healthcare and how the Red Cross created cyber resilience after a breach with Laurie Joyce
This week’s guest is Laurie Joyce, Head of Security Compliance at The Australian Red Cross Lifeblood.
Since the pandemic, cyberattacks have grown more sophisticated and more focused on high-value targets, and companies making the transition to digital ways of working are especially vulnerable.
Gar’s guest this week is Sunil Saale, Head of Cyber and Information Security at MinterEllison. Sunil comes from a heavily technical background having worked at Tata Consultancy Services as an engineer, before progressing into IT Management for PwC Australia and finally heading up cyber at MinterEllison.
Cyber News Roundup Oct 2020 | From fake jobseeker ads to DFAT email blasts + Hype vs utility of AI & ML
The Get Cyber Resilient team are back again for the monthly cyber news roundup! Gar and Dan take a look back over the month that has been and the insights that our October guests brought to the show.