The number of data breaches reported to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner in the first half of the year has fallen slightly but there has been a rise in ransomware attacks and impersonation attempts.
Russian security vendor Kaspersky is testing out a system to use machine learning to detect phishing emails in real time, the company says in a statement, adding that in 2019 its existing anti-phishing system had picked up 467 million attempts to connect to phishing websites.
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GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.
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