How do offensive security and open-source intelligence keep your data safe?

The holidays are officially over, so now you can enjoy your summer, free from worries about cybercrime, right? While it is true that the holidays give rise to an increase in online crime, hackers and other online criminals also target businesses during more relaxed times…

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Ransomware in Australia: What you need to know

Ransomware is a huge problem for businesses across the world, and Australia’s no exception. Below, we break down everything you should know about this emerging threat, and how to keep your data safe.

Ransomware Attack Trends

Ransomware is a type of malware hackers use to scramble your files…

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Holiday trading hours

Our offices will be closed for the holidays from Friday 25 December 2020 to Friday 1 January 2021. Our support team will still operate during the office close down period from 8am to 6pm AEDT, Monday to Friday, excluding Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year’s day. We will have emergency contacts available to ensure your cyber security needs are managed through the holiday period…

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How to keep your business cyber safe during the holidays

The holidays are a time of great excitement, not only for you and yours, but also for hackers and cybercriminals. They know that with all the shopping and preparation everyone is doing, people may be less diligent with their cybersecurity. Here are some important things to do to keep you cyber safe this holiday season and beyond…

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54,000 NSW driver licences leaked in AWS cloud: But, there’s hope on the horizon

Cyber Security NSW recently informed Transport for NSW that a cloud storage folder containing personal information, including approximately 54,000 NSW driver licences, were left open in a misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket hosted by Amazon’s cloud service…

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Dark web monitoring: Going dark in Australian workplaces

While there are numerous positive and beneficial aspects of the dark web, it has become a well-known global market place where bad actors in the workplace can commit cybercrimes almost undetected. Fortunately, the advent of new and emerging technologies enable us to monitor dark web and potentially derail cybercriminals…

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DevSecOps: Leading the way to a breach-free business

There will always be security threats; malware or other. To avoid damaging your customer’s systems and your reputation, always factor-in security, parallel with your development and operations. If your business includes the development and distribution of applications, moving to a DevSecOps mechanism is especially relevant…

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What is SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)?

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a key component of today’s cybersecurity landscape. Driven by the escalating threat of data breaches and their severe repercussions, more organisations are using SIEM platforms to track and investigate cyberattacks. Basically, if a company gets hacked…

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