Businesses today cannot run without technology. Knowledge workers rely on cloud computing and digital collaboration to complete even the most basic elements of their work. As this trend continues, Gartner estimates that IT spending in Australia will exceed
Cybercrime is more prevalent than ever in Australia, with a range of techniques used to extract information and money from victims. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently released a report into cybercrime, with the 10th annual Targeting Scams report analysing scam trends and their impact on the business world. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) need to be aware of these trends in order to stay vigilant, protect their data, and safeguard critical business resources.
Since the beginning of the digital age – and probably since before even that – passwords have played a big part in our everyday lives. From logging into our personal computers at home, to accessing the apps and software we need for work, we have probably got pretty used to entering Passwords by now.
Cyber incidents pose a very real threat to businesses across the globe. From malware to phishing attacks, cyber threats are constantly evolving – and there’s one particular brand of malware you need to know about.