Early June 2017, a number of Australian inboxes received an email purporting to be from Westpac advising them that their accounts have been temporarily locked. Victims are then instructed to follow a link and try to log in with their credentials to unlock their account.
In order to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), merchants and service providers are required to have external vulnerability scans performed on their systems every quarter.
The challenges of a constantly evolving threat landscape combined with limited IT budgets as well as the push for efficiencies in IT initiatives, heralds the need for flexible security solutions for organisations of all sizes to address the constantly evolving threat landscape.
The cybersecurity landscape in 2016 continued to evolve in both predictable and unpredictable ways. The data breaches continued unabated, cybersecurity took a greater profile both in the corporate boardrooms and in the public sphere.
It is an all too familiar scenario but have you ever stopped to think about how it happened and what could have been done to prevent it?
You have no doubt lots of options available to you but beyond the hype and marketing, how do you identify the right organisation to team up with?
The worlds largest home improvement retailer was hit by a massive Data Breach impacting Debit and Credit Cards with over 56 million cards impacted by the incident.
Have you ever wondered what a company does when they do a penetration test for you?
Tim Vernum takes us through his top 3 application security principles – a must for development teams.
Cyber attackers have long had an advantage over IT organisations. With virtually unlimited resources at their disposal, attackers have only to find one weak link to gain access to corporate resources. IT organisations, on the other hand, have to secure and protect the entire IT environment. A security skills shortage makes this even more challenging.