A recent report from internet security vendors Avast has revealed that, while commonly-found home devices such as printers and security cameras are frequently exposing home networks to cyber risk, game consoles are at the opposite end of the spectrum, posing a much lower risk.
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Scan of 16 million home networks uncovers new vulnerabilities in smart homes across the globe
Elastic, makers of Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack (which includes Beats, Kibana and Logstash as well as Elasticsearch) has announced a new offering - the Elastic Endpoint Security solution.
HMA, a division of global security providers Avast, have launched the latest version of the well-known VPN.
Unisys to design, build and manage TMR’s new biometric Facial and Signature Image Processing solution to prevent fraudulent licenses and streamline operational processes
Digital security company Avast have released information that suggests certain brands of GPS trackers may be susceptible to hackers, potentially exposing children and elderly people to risk.
Axis Communications attended this year’s Security Exhibition and Conference at Sydney’s International Convention Centre, displaying a wide range of new surveillance hardware across the entire event.
Internet security providers Avast have released a report, in conjunction with Stanford University, that looks at the growing adoption of IoT and connected devices in homes around the world, and how this is exposing home networks to increased risk of cyber attack.
New browser boosts PC performance by using less memory
With cloud popularity advancing rapidly, an increasing number of organisations are taking advantage of anytime, anywhere data access in order to achieve improved productivity and flexibility.
Avast and Stanford University present findings from the largest empirical analysis of the state of IoT devices globally
High profile data breaches in recent times could have been prevented if corporate defences had been facing the right direction, according to cloud access security broker (CASB) Bitglass.
Cloud access security broker (CASB) Bitglass has cautioned organisations that give reduced priority to insider threats.
Investigation by Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, into huge data breaches in the past three years suggests that organisations have not been learning from their peers’ mistakes.
In this short video, Swinburne University's senior security analyst Chris Goetze discusses the facility's deployment of The Boring Toolkit to help administer a network of some 1300 cameras, all running on Milestone's XProtect VMS.
A first-of-its-kind report shows 90% of credential abuse attacks sent from within Australia also 90% of Australia’s top 250 websites can’t differentiate between customers & bots. According to a new report, the economic cost of bot attacks estimated at $2,000,000 per breach.
Cyber criminals are ramping up an attack technique called ‘island hopping’ which targets both networks and supply chains, according to security vendor Carbon Black.
Data security firm Carbon Black has announced Australian survey results showing that cyber attacks are increasing in volume and sophistication. A surprising 89% of organisations surveyed suffered regular security breaches.
Report reveals the cyber threats keeping financial CISOs awake at night, including Emotet, Steganography and Hidden Cobra
Market-leading security integrators PMT Security Systems have announced the company’s fortieth birthday this February, marked by a rolling series of updates and events.
Bitglass, the next-gen CASB company, warned IT professionals today that a simple security mistake by IT professionals can have catastrophic consequences.