In today’s technology age, there are creeping addictions that many have but few acknowledge
There’s a fundamental disconnect between the metrics CISOs have to show the Board and what senior executives actually need to know. Here’s how CISOs can tailor their communication to help their Board see the big picture.
We speak a lot about cybersecurity and cyber resilience in determining the cyber wellbeing of a business, but what about the cyber wellbeing of your most important business asset: your mind?
The cyber industry in Australia is plagued by a burnout epidemic. Pressure-cooker work environments coupled with unrelenting demands lead to high turnover, lowered job satisfaction, and health issues, both physical and mental.
Cybersecurity risk scores are becoming an increasingly important part of every comprehensive security plan as organisations realise how cyber affects their bottom line.
Boards and executives have a major role to play in an organisation’s cybersecurity posture, and it falls on the CISO to effectively communicate cyber outcomes, risks and opportunities to them. The key lies in framing the discussion in terms of the organisation’s strategic business goals and risk management strategy.
Construction companies may not see themselves as targets, but lax security measures and a treasure trove of sensitive data makes them particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks.
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.
Since COVID, there has been a massive shift of retail to e-commerce. Online shopping events like Black Friday and Christmas are creating the perfect environment for hackers to target both retailers and their customers.