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Cybersecurity strategies must involve every part of the organisation - study
In the past year, a third of the breaches incorporated social engineering techniques and the cost of a breach caused by a human error averaged to $3.33 million.
New project development inhibited by cybersecurity, Kaspersky research states
"There are still some practical steps that can be taken to make sure that an emerging technology or a product reaches its launch. Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be another corporate barrier, but it should be on an integral part of the project all long."
Report reveals relationship between boardroom and cybersecurity investments
“While boards are definitely listening and stepping up with increased budget for cybersecurity, they tend to view any investment as a cost rather than adding business value."
The four tech jobs offering big opportunity in 2020
Students and job-seekers all across Australia should be adjusting their future plans to try and capitalise on what's proving to be one of Australia's only recession-proof industries - tech.
Revealed: The behaviours exhibited by the most effective CISOs
As cyber-threats pile up, more is being asked of CISOs - and according to Gartner, only a precious few are 'excelling' by the standards of their CISO Effectiveness Index.
It’s time for firms' cybersecurity credentials to take centre stage
leading enterprise database was also used to identify whether each company had a chief information security officer (CISO) or a chief security officer (CSO). The results proved extremely interesting…
LogRhythm smashes its own sales records in Q4 2019
LogRhythm has broken its own records for sales in the final quarter of 2019, experiencing public sector growth, new leadership and various accolades.
Talend hires its first global CISO, Anne Hardy
Talend’s new chief information security officer Anne Hardy says she’s looking forward to driving security priorities within the company as its scales to new heights.
Kordia hires its first full-time CISO, Hilary Walton
She is a former 2012 Olympics security manager, and she has worked with British intelligence agency MI5.
Are Fortune 500 companies failing at cyber security?
"Lax security and its resulting breaches have long-term repercussions for organisations as well as their customers, shareholders, partners, and other stakeholders."
Cyber attacks on healthcare companies growing
“The potential, real-world effect cyberattacks can have on healthcare organisations and patients is substantial.”
Cisco CISO survey reveals mixed news for cybersecurity
Cybersecurity professionals are growing in confidence, but visibility and employee risks remain major concerns.
Cylance launches virtual CISO
Cylance has launched a virtual CISO service to give a helping hand to enterprises that need stronger security resources but may lack a real-life CISO.
How IT executive roles are shifting in this cloud-first era
With 2018 now well underway, it’s interesting to think about the high-level trends at work in the world of corporate technology.
Equifax ushers new CISO as breach fallout continues
Equifax has ushered in a new chief information security officer as the fallout continues from the company’s massive US data breach last year.
Victorian Government welcomes the State's first CISO
John O’Driscoll has taken up the CISO role and joins from his previous position as senior manager of Information and Technology Risk at ANZ.
60% of enterprises confirm global attacks have affected cyber protection choices
Results from a recent survey of security executive from across 11 EMEA countries have been released, revealing the effects of attacks like WannaCry.