Don’t be a victim: Tips for SMEs to safeguard against scammers and cybercrime in 2023
Here are some of the things that SMEs need to be doing to protect themselves in 2023 against scammers and cybercrime.
Health and finance sectors among the hardest hit in 497 Australian data breaches in H2 2022
The Notifiable data breaches report for the period of July to December 2022 has revealed a 26 per cent increase in the number of data breaches
From Cookies to consent: Navigating data privacy in the age of personalisation
Stop sacrificing your privacy for a great online experience. Here’s how to have both
Australian businesses pay an average of $1.4 million for email-driven cyber attacks
For small to medium-sized businesses, the cost of an email-borne security attack can be particularly damaging due to their limited resources and potentially insufficient security measures compared to larger corporations.
New starters beware: The new year comes with new cyber threats
Garrett O’Hara, Mimecast’s APAC Field CTO, shares insights on how businesses can safeguard themselves from scams and what new employees can do to ensure their safety during the onboarding process.
Dynamic Business calls for shared responsibility in online technology use on Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day, celebrated annually on February 7th, has become a global movement dedicated to promoting responsible and secure use of technology and the internet.
World Privacy Day: A kind reminder to protect personal data
Data Privacy Day in Australia is a day to remind people of the importance of protecting personal information.
A new era of cyber threats: How ChatGPT is being used to generate ‘polymorphic’ malware
The new AI-based chatbot tool developed by OpenAI, known as ChatGPT, has the potential to be leveraged by cybercriminals to write code and malware that can assist in their malicious activities.
Tech-savvy but not cyber-safe: New research reveals young Australians’ lack of threat awareness
According to a recent survey that looked at the differences in how different generations approach cyber security, 67 pct of Australian small business owners mistakenly believe that being tech-savvy means they have the necessary skills to protect their businesses from cyber threats.”
Experts weigh in: The biggest cybersecurity threats to look out for in 2023
Experts believe these threats will pose the greatest risks in 2023, ranging from ransomware attacks to phishing scams and cloud security breaches.
Trust and Cybersecurity: How to strengthen defences in the next year
Darren, an expert in cybersecurity, has identified the top targeted sectors by cybercriminals going into 2023.
Don’t let ransomware hold your business hostage in 2023
With constantly improving techniques, the person becomes the weakest link. According to experts, one trend expected for 2023 is social media account takeovers leading to impersonation attacks on online friends.
Don’t let cyber threats cripple your SMB: Five risks to avoid
Let’s look more closely at five cyber risk factors that SMB leaders should consider when thinking about cyber security in 2023.