A new authentication step introduced by Twitter last week could potentially be abused by hackers, according to new research.
Mandatory data breach notification will soon be a reality in Australia, with new legislation being introduced into government by attorney-general Mark Dreyfus.
With the discussion again starting about Australia’s position on Mandatory Data Breach Disclosure (http://bit.ly/1avVg7H), we presented the following to the government in 2012 when RFC was opened in regards to this potential legislation. What are your thoughts?
The following are our [Securus Global] thoughts on Mandatory Data Breach Notification, in response to the Discussion Paper: Australian Privacy Breach Notification (Oct, 2012).
Organisations most likely to be affected by the introduction of such laws also tend to already have better information security and privacy policies in place.
Where we are coming from: If you have good practices and controls in place, you’re probably also more likely to detect a breach and would, under these new laws, have to openly disclose. (Fair enough).
Many companies around the world have a 'mature' level of antivirus and antimalware software protecting their ICT networks, according to a new report from Microsoft.
When it comes to leveraging new technology, is your company at the forefront of the movement
or are you hanging back at the edge?
Three members of a 'hacktivist' group have been sentenced to a total of six years in prison for a hacking spree which affected numerous victims.