Australian National University (ANU) has announced the establishment of the nation’s first interdisciplinary Cyber Institute. The announcement was made during a visit to Israel by an Australian cyber security and innovation delegation, led by the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, Dan Tehan. The ANU Cyber Institute will combine expertise from across a … Continue reading ANU announces Cyber Institute
Mavenir has announced its R&D centre of excellence in Brno, Czech Republic will be focused on Artificial Intelligence/machine learning signaling security solutions. Mavenir’s solution provides the most advanced signaling monitoring, active filtering and powerful analytics to ensure networks remain fully functional and operational, while ensuring customers stay protected when using network services. Although Signaling System … Continue reading New R&D centre focuses on AI signaling security solutions
According to a new report from Thales Security, organisations are putting more money toward data security solutions, only to experience more security breaches than ever.
Sound waves could be used to hack into critical sensors in a broad array of technologies including smartphones, automobiles, medical devices and the Internet of Things, according to research from University of Michigan.
Cybersecurity researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new form of ransomware that was able to take over control of a simulated water treatment plant, exposing the vulnerability of industrial controls.
New research from Michigan Technological University scientists addresses “nightmare” scenarios for energy systems, where hackers exploit security weaknesses and execute a disruptive plan of cyber attacks.
AT&T, IBM, Nokia, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec and Trustonic have formed an alliance to address today’s biggest challenges in IoT security.
Approximately 150,000 internet-connected printers have been hacked across the world by an anonymous hacker, whose intention was to warn users about the vulnerability of their devices.
Valued at US$15 million, D-Wave’s 2000Q quantum computer will be used with TDS technology to solve some of the most critical and complex cyber security problems impacting governments and commercial enterprises.
According to a study released by Ponemon Institute, 80 per cent of IoT apps are not tested for vulnerabilities, and there is a lack of urgency to address these vulnerabilities.
Security firm Keeper conducted a study of 10 million passwords that became public through data breaches that occurred in 2016. As a result, the 25 most common passwords have been revealed.
WatchGuard technologies has revealed its cyber security predictions and trends for 2017.
For decades, deterrence has effectively countered the threat of nuclear weapons. Can we achieve similar results against cyber weapons?
Security firm SEC Consult has uncovered two backdoor accounts in Sony Ipela Engine IP Cameras, which could make them vulnerable to outside attacks.
According to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, IBM will pay around $30 million in compensation for its role in this year’s online Census bungle.
The Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG) has released a report detailing the security issues with IoT devices and a range of recommendations to solve these issues.
There are concerns about plans to install Chinese-owned technology on a supercomputer used by government agencies and Australian universities.
A recent analysis from security company Zscaler reveals the IoT devices that are most at risk of attack.
Just how secure are text-based passwords, really? Associate Professor Gao Debin from Singapore Management University has shown the need for alternatives to the ubiquitous, text-based user authentication method.
Australian cities Sydney and Melbourne rank 12th and 15th in the world respectively for cyber attack threat, with the entire nation at risk of losing $16 billion, according to a new global threat report.