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The U.S. government has charged and sanctioned a North Korean man in the WannaCry and Sony cyber attack assaults.
The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network initiative has made little difference to the number of victims reporting cybercrimes.
A global survey of consumer trust in organisations to protect their data has found Aussie’s faith in businesses to be the lowest in the world.
The Australian government cannot underestimate the importance of cyber security threats and it would be ‘foolhardy’ not to appoint a cyber tsar at some point, says Forcepoint’s US-based CEO, Matthew Moynahan.
Whitepapers about cyber
New strains of malware are constantly threatening businesses, creating angst for executives and security operation teams (SOCs). As cyber risks grow in volume and sophistication, the tools used to find and eradicate them have to get smarter and more scalable. This paper discusses the dynamic nature of advanced threats and the need for an advanced threat defense solution that offers a modern approach to cybersecurity, helping enterprises protect their intellectual property and the privacy of their employees.
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