A study by risk analysis firm BitSight reveals US financial companies are best protected from cyberattacks, followed by the energy and retail sectors, while tech firms are left trailing.
Is "cyberwar" really upon us? Is a "digital Pearl Harbour" imminent? And is an international agreement on "cyberarms" a plausible solution?
The White House unveiled their strategy on combating Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) organizations today. The document outlines their increased focus on international cybercriminals and the cooperation with foreign governments necessary to impact their operations.
Next week is National Cybersecurity Awareness Week in Australia. But cybersecurity is something which requires attention all the time, not just one week of the year. So why not adopt a cybersafe lifestyle?
As part of last week's cybersecurity announcements President Barack Obama and Howard Schmidt detailed their proposal to unify data breach notification laws in the United States. Here we present the details and explain what this proposal means if it is passed into law.
President Obama and Howard Schmidt outlined their proposed changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act last week and we provide a summary and analysis of what it will mean if signed into law.
According to Bank Info Security, testimony on the major security breaches of the last 15 months was given before the House Homeland Security Committee by James Lewis, senior fellow at the CSIS.
The dust has finally settled on the Australian federal election. As everyone ought to know, the previous ruling party, and the previous Prime Minister, managed to cling somewhat precariously to power. They didn't really win, since they ended up with Read more…
The Aussie government's Cybersecurity Awareness Week (C-SAW) was launched in Melbourne today. Attorney-General Robert McClelland's opening speech declares that "the Government’s cyber safety policy focuses on protecting individuals, especially children, online from exposure to such things as illegal and offensive Read more…
The dust is starting to settle after the Australian government's announcement three days ago that it will legislate in 2010 to compel Australian ISPs to censor local internet access. The cabinet minister in charge of the project, Stephen Conroy, infamously Read more…