With the right measures in place, organisations can establish trust as a key commodity, in turn helping drive long-term value…
“There are only two types of companies: Those that have been hacked and those that will be hacked.” – Robert S. Mueller, III, former Director of the FBI and now Special Counsel into the Russian interference of the USA election, made this famous quote. But almost by the time he made it, it was out of… Continue reading There are two types of companies: Those who know they’ve been hacked & those who don’t
With less than a year to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, now is the time for small Australian businesses to prepare for compliance or face potentially crippling fines. You might not think it applies to you, however, if your business serves customers or individuals in the European Union, preparing… Continue reading Data security compliance countdown: how SMEs Can get ahead of the GDPR requirements
When it comes to technology, how confident are you that you have the right tools and knowledge to unlock your business potential? Are you well versed in technology buzzwords, or do you find yourself scratching your head at the notion the cloud is now so much more than just something in the sky?
A global survey has shown that SMEs in the Asia Pacific region are falling behind in IT security.
Microsoft has issued 12 security bulletins which address 22 vulnerabilities in its Windows products. Five of these vulnerabilities have been rated critical by Microsoft and businesses are advised to update their software accordingly.
WikiLeaks in releasing sensitive, embarrassing government information and with the threat of a similar fate in store for a US-based bank, has highlighted the need for all businesses to look at the possibility of an employee releasing sensitive information about your company.
Facebook users spend 88 percent of their time on the social networking site looking at other peoples profiles, raising concerns about loss of productivity in the workplace according to a new Palo Alto Networks’ report.
Spam accounted for more than eight in every ten emails received in September, reducing productivity for businesses worldwide as employees clear out their inboxes and often miss important messages.
41 percent of Australian medium sized businesses have been victims of a hacking attack or an IT security incident in the past year according to the latest McAfee report The Security Paradox.