Tag Archives: cybercrime

With cybercrime costing the Australian economy billions of dollars each year, and data breaches on an unending rise; it’s no wonder cybersecurity has become one of IT’s most lucrative and prevalent sectors today. The field is a constantly evolving area of technological practices and innovations; moving in time with the rising trend of cyber-attacks. From […]

Our friends at DDLS, drill down on why more organisations are looking for ethical hackers to join their crew. Fighting cybercrime is like playing a never-ending game of cat and mouse. And increasingly, it’s a game Australian organisations cannot afford to lose. Let’s take a quick look at the facts. A recent CISCO report which […]

Cybercrime has risen at alarming rates over the years, costing the average Australian business around $276,000 per incident. With companies growing increasingly reliant on the digital space, hackers are finding new, sophisticated ways of breaching confidential data across industries. The government has luckily stepped forth on this issue, with a plan to invest more than […]

For as long as the cloud has been discussed as a business opportunity, discussion around how to secure it has not been too far behind. Cloud has served as the catalyst to an array of technology initiatives with ever-evolving security requirements like “bring your own device” (BYOD), remote working and the internet of things (IoT), […]