Many organisations in Australia and New Zealand are likely to feel the pain of a ransomware attack if it occurred today In its 2022 Annual Cyber Threat Report, the Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre reported having received 447 ransomware

PGG Wrightson’s Information Security Manager, Roger Temple, shares his career transition to information security, how he motivates change, and how he is embracing security as a growth enabler in his organisation PGG Wrightson is a leading provider to the New Zealand

New Zealand thought leader, technology governance, risk and security consultant, Gabriel Akíndèjú, shares his perspectives on the uncertainties around information management and cyber risks Gabriel Akíndèjú is a family man, with wife and kids. As such, personal integrity and being human

Director for Cyber Security, Governance and Risk for the Queensland Government, Faisal Khan, shares key reasons why government organisations are a target for cyber-attacks While now an expert across cyber security resilience, ICT governance and risk, Faisal Khan’s cyber career evolved

Oleg Zavivaev, IT Operations and Security Manager for fintech solution Laybuy, shares thoughts on the most pressing cybersecurity challenges facing the fintech business, how to tackle third party risks, and how executives and organisations can partner up for success With the

Western Power Head of Cyber Security Richard Asch shares insights on protecting assets during an energy transition and hiring outside the box Western Power is a state-owned electricity utility operating a grid servicing more than 2.3 million customers across Western Australia.

Minister reveals a standing force of 100 cyber experts The Australian Federal Police and Australian Signals Directorate has initiated a joint operation to investigate and disrupt cyber criminals that target Australian citizens and organisations. In a joint statement released by Home Affairs

Defence Minister reveals a “heightened level of malicious cyber activity” that is impacting too many Australians The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre has released its latest Annual Cyber Threat report, covering July 2021 to June 2022, featuring a swathe

Australia proposes harsher penalties for data breaches in wake of high-profile incidents The Australian Government is proposing laws to increase penalties for serious data breaches, which could see companies that fail to protect customer data hit with fines of $50