Cybersafety stories - Page 10
Cybersecurity heavy hitters join alliance to protect healthcare systems
C5 says the combined experience and resources of the companies enhances the Alliance's powerful industry response to an unprecedented series of cyberattacks on a healthcare sector already under huge pressure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consumer tolerance of cyber attacks wanes as users wise-up about security
Almost 90% of survey respondents said they consider the trustworthiness of a business prior to purchasing a product or service, and 59% of consumers would likely avoid doing business with an organisation that had experienced a cyberattack in the past year.
CompTIA overhauls its security certification exam in response to new threats
The new exam applies behavioural analytics to the cybersecurity market and emphasises the significance of a security professional’s ability to proactively defend and continuously improve the overall state of organisational security.
Australian employees are weakening organisations' security posture - report
Almost half (49.4%) of all security incidents in Australia in 2019 occurred as a result of ‘inappropriate usage’ by employees, with a further 42.9% of incidents being caused by inappropriate data sharing across mobile devices by employees.
WhiteHawk announces product launch and partnership with global consulting firm
The company’s expanded product line now includes the Cyber Risk Program, a software as a service (SaaS) product incorporating WhiteHawk’s Cybersecurity Exchange online platform, its automated Cyber Risk Scorecards, and virtual consultations.
Zscaler announces acquisition of Cloudneeti, doubling down on data protection
“Cloudneeti augments Zscaler’s data protection capabilities and will dramatically improve organisations’ cloud security by discovering and eliminating some of the most common causes of data breaches and compliance violations.”
Interview: Ping Identity exec on why security system updates are critical during COVID-19
Techday spoke with Ping Identity country manager for A/NZ and Japan, Ashley Diffey, on how zero-trust is favourable over perimeter-based security, and what the changes in work mean for businesses in a post-COVID-19 world.