The face of business is certainly changing, and Kaspersky’s Margrith Appleby is representative of the integrity and drive that is pushing tech into new areas.
The folks at Kaspersky Lab have taken a slightly different approach to cybersecurity, teaming up with comedian Joe White during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
While more than a billion voice-activated devices in use, researchers have proved that they’re subject to attacks that we can’t hear.
Xero has already transformed Australia’s digital landscape, but it is their belief in total user security that keeps them ahead of the pack.
To ring in cybersecurity month, we’ve tasked two of the finest minds of the next generation to explain the shifting landscape of security. And Kanye West.
Despite what we might assume, Australian enterprises are serious targets for cyber attacks. We spoke to Andrew Bycroft of the International Cyber Resilience Institute to address the realities of the situation and how to combat it.
According to the former head of ASIO, we’re woefully underprepared to combat the growing threat of cyber-crime.
With the Australian government considering legislation to protect our household devices from being hacked, are they being paranoid or smart?
In the US, the constitution forbids the police from accessing personal information in order to incriminate. However, we don’t possess the same freedoms.
The selfishness of hackers knows no bounds, while they’re welcome to my banking details, or my identity, I’m certainly drawing the line at my Instagram images. On this, I have no filter.
Facebook has patented technology to read your emotions to tailor content and user experience, and even turn us into emoji. But what lies underneath?
The artificial intelligence-led digital revolution is upon us, and is set to change long-held habits across multiple industries. Are we right to be concerned or is it unjust paranoia?