Protecting your organisation with SSE/SASE platforms

Businesses have begun to look at new technologies and platforms to better protect their assets. Initially published by my friend Jaye Tillson on May 23, 2023, online at securityinfowatch.com Over the last few years, technology has exploded like never before and with it, the security perimeters we all knew and relied on have become a… Continue reading Protecting your organisation with SSE/SASE platforms

5 Best Practices for Securing Internet of Things (IoT) Devices

“Securing the Connected Future: Best Practices for IoT Device Security” Introduction: As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, ensuring the security of connected devices has become paramount. This blog post delves into the unique challenges posed by IoT devices and provides practical best practices for securing these interconnected systems. By implementing the recommended… Continue reading 5 Best Practices for Securing Internet of Things (IoT) Devices

“Unlocking the Power of Data Encryption: Protecting Your Digital Assets”

In the ever-expanding realm of digital information, data encryption plays a vital role in safeguarding sensitive information from unauthorized access. This blog post highlights the importance of data encryption in the field of cybersecurity. By exploring encryption concepts, popular algorithms, and real-world applications, readers will gain a deeper understanding of how encryption protects their data… Continue reading “Unlocking the Power of Data Encryption: Protecting Your Digital Assets”

Cyber security Infrastructure and Architecture: A Beginner’s Guide to Securing Your Digital World

Introduction In today’s interconnected world, where digital threats are constantly evolving, understanding the fundamentals of cybersecurity infrastructure and architecture is crucial for protecting sensitive information. Whether you’re an individual or an organization, implementing robust security measures is essential to safeguard against cyber attacks. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the key concepts and… Continue reading Cyber security Infrastructure and Architecture: A Beginner’s Guide to Securing Your Digital World

Scam Awareness Campaign

AUSTRALIAN BANKING INDUSTRY LAUNCHES SCAM AWARENESS CAMPAIGN — BUT CAN BANKS DO MORE? The Australian Banking Association (ABA) has just launched a new campaign to warn and educate customers about the dangers of banking scams. The campaign’s tagline is “Hear the alarm bells”, and it focuses on clear advice for a range of scam types… Continue reading Scam Awareness Campaign

Top 10 Mining Companies adopting Cyber Security Measures

Status is online John G. Dryden Head of AI, Cyber & Information Security – JAPAC | CISO | Data Science and Next Generation Advanced Analytics (AI/ML) | Social Media 38 articles March 31, 2023 What are the key value chains in cybersecurity in the mining industry? The key value chains in cybersecurity in the mining… Continue reading Top 10 Mining Companies adopting Cyber Security Measures

Cybersecurity master’s grads are landing $200K-plus pay packages

As the number of cybersecurity attacks continues to rise, so does the demand for the talent to protect against them. In fact, there are more than 700,000 open cybersecurity positions in the U.S. alone—and the occupation is growing more than twice as fast as the overall rate across the country’s economy, data from CyberSeek shows. These… Continue reading Cybersecurity master’s grads are landing $200K-plus pay packages

Record $15m penalty for ex-ASX software company

ASIC signals higher fines for market disclosure breaches. After a landmark case against now-collapsed software start-up GetSwift culminated in a record $15 million fine, Australia’s national corporate regulator, ASIC, has signalled higher penalties for breaches of market disclosure rules. The former ASX-listed GetSwift was handed its $15 million penalty (dubbed “the largest ever penalty against… Continue reading Record $15m penalty for ex-ASX software company

Killnet claims the cyberattack on Lufthansa was retaliation for Germany’s support in Ukraine

Pro-Russian hacker group Killnet claimed responsibility for the IT failure of German carrier Lufthansa, adding that following a “rat experiment,” it now knows how to stop navigation of any airport in the world. Germany’s flagship carrier Lufthansa experienced a severe IT fault on Wednesday, leaving thousands of passengers stranded. The company initially attributed the incident to the… Continue reading Killnet claims the cyberattack on Lufthansa was retaliation for Germany’s support in Ukraine

Shipbuilder Austal was hacked with stolen creds sold on the dark web

Originally published By Ry CrozierApr 8 20207:05 AM Provides full post-mortem of late 2018 attack. This is being reposted as many companies defences have not improved. A recent market audit by the Australian Signals Directorate indicated that many companies and Directors have not improved in Cyber Architecture and infrastructure. Austal, the ASX-listed shipbuilder and defence contractor,… Continue reading Shipbuilder Austal was hacked with stolen creds sold on the dark web