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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.
In cybersecurity, threat intelligence and attack attribution are emerging tactics that look for commonalities between different types of threats to identify the perpetrators. But crafty cybercriminals are catching on and are always inventing new ways to hide their tracks.
Getting an objective measure of the strength of your cybersecurity is the first step in reducing your risk of cyberattacks.
Cybersecurity operations centres have become essential to threat detection, but in-house SOCs aren’t feasible for every enterprise. That’s where managed services come in.
In part 2, we explore the remaining four mitigation strategies and how they can help Australian organisations level up their cybersecurity.
Zero Trust is becoming a key part of modern cybersecurity infrastructure and is reshaping the way we look at information security in a decentralised digital world.