The level of protection most cybersecurity professionals can bring to an organisation is basic, according to a new global survey.
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Only one in five Australian IT workers feel confident that they can control who has access to information collected by web-connected devices in their homes, compared to 65 per cent of consumers.
Company boards must maintain responsibility for governing large IT projects rather than give up control to the IT department, according to IT industry veteran, Russell Yardley.
The danger of cyber attacks in 2015 is a top concern for members of global IT association ISACA with 61 per cent out of 121 Australian and New Zealand members expecting an attack on their organisation.
U.S. President Barack Obama's call for a nationwide data breach notification law has won strong support from members of one cybersecurity-focused organization.
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