Cyber-attacks targeting Australia’s critical infrastructure are proliferating. Is your business protected?

Posted by MailGuard on 26 March 2021 13:00:51 AEDT

PwC survey released at the end of 2020 highlighted fears of growing cyber-attacks targeting local critical infrastructure. Australian business leaders said that they were expecting more cyber-attacks in the next 12 months than their global peers, including 56% of local executives who anticipated attacks on the nation's critical infrastructure which could shut down vital services such as hospitals.”  

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Almost 70% of ANZ businesses plan to increase cybersecurity spending in 2021. Here's how to get the best bang for your buck

Posted by MailGuard on 26 March 2021 12:50:49 AEDT

Cybersecurity was a significant catalyst in facilitating productive remote work and ensuring business continuity in 2020. 

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Cybersecurity in 2021: Trusting in Zero Trust

Posted by Craig McDonald on 23 March 2021 16:17:11 AEDT

Commenting on paradigm shifts in cybersecurity in 2020, Ann Johnson, Corporate Vice President, SCI Business Development at Microsoft wrote: 

“As we look past the pandemic to a time when workforces and budgets rebound, Zero Trust will become the biggest area of investment for cybersecurity. This means, that right now, every one of us is on a Zero Trust journey—whether we know it, or not.” 

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eBook: 10 cyber-attacks that made headlines in 2020

Posted by MailGuard on 05 March 2021 13:47:06 AEDT

Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, and with more businesses operating remotely, the global scourge of cybercrime became even more calamitous in 2020.

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First Blackbaud, then SolarWinds. Supply chain cyber-attacks are proliferating – how secure is your business?

Posted by Craig McDonald on 25 February 2021 11:43:59 AEDT

In the final weeks of 2020, news of the SolarWinds hack broke – a cyber-attack that has been dubbed as “the Pearl Harbor of American IT”.   

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