Gone are the days of the benign Nigerian prince sending poorly worded emails promising you untold millions. Cyber attackers have amped up their approach to malicious emails, combining highly personalized approaches with expertly designed corporate email spoofs. These emails are known as ‘Whaling’ and are the close, more sinister cousin of ‘Spear Phishing’. They’re now a very real threat to Australian businesses.
When was the last time you evaluated the efficiency of your business processes? And what about the last time you researched how the latest technology could help you to gain competitive advantage while reducing cost? Like many businesses, your answer is probably along the lines of ‘not sure’ or ‘can’t remember’.
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It’s been about a year since NotPetya hit, taking several large businesses offline and wreaking havoc from an operational standpoint.
Australian businesses can no longer ignore the financial threat posed by major data breaches. Cyber insurance is becoming increasingly relevant to all levels of business in Australia, and you should expect that premiums will soon be affected by conformance (or non-conformance) to a standard set of data security policies.
Does your firm suffer this information security issue?
American security company Symantec boasts one of the most comprehensive repositories of cybersecurity threat intelligence in the world. The company has released their annual report that highlights trends in the cybercrime threat landscape.
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IT News reports that last week an IT Manager at Collins Foods, operators of hundreds of KFC stores across the country, accidentally clicked on a malicious link in an email, allowing hackers to briefly take over his or her email account and issue fake invoices to contacts. How would you spot such an attack in progress?
In just 3 weeks the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme has received 31 notifications. Is your firm prepared for the possibility?