Malware is the predominant cybercrime threat in Australia and the threat to any organisation connected to the Internet is “undeniable, unrelenting” and continues to grow.
Mobile payment data breaches are expected to increase over the next 12 months, with many of the world’s cybersecurity experts warning that mobile payments are not secure.
Government initiatives, increased legislation and high-profile data breaches have driven solid growth in IT security spending globally this year, and in Australia $2.36 billion is forecast to be spent on security by the end of 2015 – an increase of 7.5% on 2014.
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