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Thousands fell victim to employment, police and tax scams, Scouts Victoria got phished, Law firm Seyfarth Shaw, Spotless Group, and Anglicare Sydney were hit by ransomware, and DTAF accidentally exposed the email addresses of Aussies stranded overseas.
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.
Despite gaining more media attention and securing greater investment, the number of cyber incidents plaguing the Australian financial services sector continues to rise.
The New Zealand stock exchange was shut down in wake of offshore cyberattack, NAB experienced nearly 3 million cyber threats per day, 54,000 NSW driver licences were exposed in a data breach, and we may have seen the world’s first fatality due to a ransomware attack.
IoT is the driving force behind an interconnected economy, but these amazing devices come with a dark side - the lack of any universal cybersecurity standards.
While most cybersecurity measures are focused on guarding against external threats, insiders face fewer barriers to misusing confidential data and circumventing controls.