About 80% of the exploits for a given vulnerability are already in existence by the time it is publicly disclosed, but just 70% of the vendor-provided patches, fixes, or workarounds are available and it may be months, if ever, before business systems are updated.
Security firms are continuing to use last month's WannaCry ransomware attack to shamelessly plug their wares, with McAfee the latest to do so, warning the Australian Government that cyber crime is becoming more and more sophisticated.
Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is 15-19 May and run under the auspices of the Office of the Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner. It is a week to explore privacy under the theme “Trust and Transparency”.
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