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10 IoT Security Incidents That Make You Feel Less Secure

Internet of Things (IoT) has become a primary target for cybercriminals. The repeated security incidents on IoT devices represent a rising trend for IoT attacks with a huge increase in IoT security breaches 2021. By Rudra Srinivas, Feature Writer, CISO MAG The proliferation of connected devices in consumer, enterprise, and healthcare organizations, and their internal vulnerabilities, have created a security blind spot where cybercriminals can launch a Zero-day attack to compromise devices like webcams, smart TV, …

Microsoft Sharepoint and Microsoft Exchange – Security Vulnerabilities – Patch updates available

Alert status – HIGH Background /What has happened? Microsoft released multiple security updates to a range of products in its 12 October 2021 patch release. The ACSC recommends that all vulnerabilities identified in the release should be mitigated as outlined in the ACSC’s Assessing Security Vulnerabilities and Applying Patches. The vulnerabilities identified affect a wide range of Microsoft Office versions and other applications which handle Microsoft Office files. The ACSC wishes to draw particular attention to the following …

Why your organisation’s perimeter cybersecurity model is outdated

The case for identity and access management, according to Thales’ Rana Gupta. Australian organisations continue to increase spending on cyber security, yet serious security breaches continue. Part of the problem is the perimeter security model, argues Rana Gupta, Vice President, APAC, Authentication & Encryption for Thales’ Cloud Licencing & Protection division. Gupta speaks about the issue in a two-part podcast mini-series about zero-trust security (listen to episode 1 below), in which he suggests that a …

State and Federal governments to unlock $62B ‘digital dividend’ by embracing software as a service (SaaS): research

State and Federal governments to unlock $62B ‘digital dividend’ by embracing software as a service (SaaS): research   Australia’s Federal and State government sector could unlock a $62 billion ‘digital dividend’ by replacing old technology with cloud-based Software as a Service system (SaaS), according to a landmark economic analysis from IBRS and Insight Economics. That figure, equivalent to almost an entire year’s worth of Goods & Services Tax revenue*, is the expert economists’ prediction of …

Construction of $250m 41-level tower starts: New Indigo Hotel, 30 apartments – 51 Albert Street, Auckland, New Zealand.

      The ground was broken in Auckland this morning on the site of a new tower to be built behind the facades of a century-year-old heritage-listed block. The back and front facades of the historic Macdonald Halligan Motors building remain, with all interiors stripped out after work by a developer to demolish most of that building for a 41-level $250 million apartment/hotel tower. Dean Rzechta, managing director of Melbourne-headquartered 94 Feet, arrived from Australia …