Snow has dusted parts of the state, coming as Melbourne copped a battering by strong winds for the third consecutive.
A new global study by IBM Security has found that not only do data breaches cause more financial damage than businesses would like to admit, they are also generally difficult and expensive to manage.
We’d all like to think road safety messages have started to sink in for Australian drivers. The majority follow the rules by sticking to the speed limit, obeying traffic signs and ignoring phones and other hand-held devices while behind the wheel.
Australian businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on digital technologies. At the same time, cyber crime is booming, costing the Australian economy an estimated $4,500,000,000 annually (yes, that's billion with a B).
Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) are the commercial entities most impacted by data breaches but also the group most tricky to persuade about the benefits of cyber insurance.
To be more cyber resilient, organisations not only need to have the ability to assess cyber risk and have a protection plan, they must also be able to quickly – and successfully – recover and respond in the event of a cyber incident.
Improper use of heaters can have devastating consequences for Australians.
The Victorian Government has banned two particular models of open-flue gas heaters following the death of a Melbourne woman due to carbon monoxide
Another major firm has made it known that its customers’ personal information may have been compromised due to a data security incident involving a third-party supplier.