If you thought this year was tough when it came to cybersecurity then think again because 2021 isn’t looking any better, according to cybersecurity experts at Avast, a leader in digital security and privacy products.
The largest work from home (WFH) experiment is underway, and IT pros face the enviable task of ensuring all digital elements making remote work possible remain operational—or else.
It is not a question of whether you suffer an attack but when, which requires a plan.
For years, passwords alone have been insufficient to protect accounts. We now know that multi-factor authentication (MFA) is the recommended mitigation, but even so, not all MFA solutions are created equal.
Given the increasing scale of data compromises and the speed of execution by the fraudsters, Australian organisations can no longer rely on a passive, defensive online security strategy to get them over the ‘advantage line’.
With so much of our lives entwined with mobile devices, it’s vital to ensure we have strong mobile security in place to protect our personal information and data.
Technology has never moved faster. As it evolves, and new ideas come to fruition, technological change will continue to have an impact on our everyday lives whether it’s at work or at home.
Whilst it’s not the ACCC’s primary responsibility to keep our data safe, the consumer watchdog is recommending that people have increased visibility and control over how digital platforms collect, manage, use, and monetise personal information.
Complex solutions and lack of skills are leaving businesses defenceless to modern cyber-attacks.
2018 saw a new wave of highly-targeted social engineering attacks using social networks such as LinkedIn to gather information about a person’s co-workers, before sending emails to them impersonating their colleague.
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