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What cyber crime will look like in 2020

The age of cyber warfare is upon us, and the threat of cybercrime to businesses continues to multiply by the day. Simply having cloud antivirus is no longer enough. The imperative to

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Corporate cyber-security for the 2020s: is it time for your enterprise to begin exploring a zero trust model?

Wondering why you keep hearing about cyber-security breaches every other day and questioning whether your current protection measures are fit for purpose? You’re wise to do so. In 2020 Australia,

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2019 experienced massive spate of crypto crimes, $4.4 billion to date

With only seven months left for nations to pass laws and virtual asset service providers (VASPs) to comply with the guidelines, the majority of cryptocurrency exchanges are not equipped to

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Hack Me Slowly, Hack Me Quick

Whoever you are you are being a dumb cluck. Ok, ok I know it doesn’t rhyme with the title but I couldn’t put the right word there as it is

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A decade of hacking: The most notable cyber-security events of the 2010s

The 2010s decade is drawing to a close and ZDNet is looking back at the most important cyber-security events that have taken place during the past ten years. Over the

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Charities affected by cyber crime in 2019

Almost a quarter of charities were affected by cyber crime in 2019. And yet 44% of charities are not protecting themselves from cyber-attacks as many charity leaders don’t see the

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Managing the Human Security Factor in the Age of Ransomware

Security analysts have determined that cybercrime cost the global economy $1.5 trillion in 2018. Ransomware, in particular, is estimated to grow by as much as 350 percent over the next year. And while the

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Conservatives propose national cyber crime force

The policy was outlined in brief proposals contained in the Conservatives’ newly published manifesto, in which the party said it planned to “embrace new technologies and crack down on online crimes”.

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Cyber crime business impact back in the spotlight

Businesses are facing major threats from email compromise attacks, with a lawyer flagging that determining who is responsible for financial losses is a “messy area”. EAGLEGATE Lawyers principal Nicole Murdoch

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Attackers increasingly embrace small-scale DDoS attacks to evade detection

The growth in both large- and small-scale DDoS attacks continues its upward trajectory, according to a report released by Neustar.The report reveals that the total number of DDoS attacks was up 241%