Australian Businesses Must Now Report If They’ve Suffered A Data Breach

Australian governments are trying to protect citizens by demanding that big businesses will soon be legally obliged to disclose details of affected individuals of any ‘eligible’ data breach. Ilia Kolochenko, CEO at High-Tech Bridge commented below. Ilia Kolochenko, CEO at High-Tech Bridge: “The majority of the states in the US have already adopted similar laws, GDPR in […]

Why Your Business Network Might Not Be As Secure As You Think

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As a small-business owner, you’ve undoubtedly heard the statistics about your risk for a data breach. You know that you are a target for hackers, and you’ve done everything you can to keep your data safe. However, even if you have done everything right — established a firewall, installed antivirus and intrusion protection on your […]

New Android Malware Masquerading As Flash Player

ESET Ireland warns unwary users who fall for installing the malware might find their mobile devices held ransom or bank accounts emptied. ESET researchers discovered a dangerous new app targeting Android devices, that is capable of downloading and executing additional malware. Detected by ESET security software as Android/TrojanDownloader.Agent.JI, the trojan is distributed via compromised websites and […]

UK Severely Lacks Skills To Face Cyber Threat

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Following Chancellor, Philip Hammond’s speech on the increasing threat of cyber security and the need for UK businesses to “sharpen” their approaches, Neil Owen, Director at Robert Half Technology commented below. Neil Owen, Director at Robert Half Technology: “The number of cyber-attacks carried out against UK targets each month continues rising. Yet, our research shows that only every third […]