The free world has come together to show China that the digital playing field isn’t all tilted in Beijing’s favour.
Exfiltrate, encrypt, extort: the global rise of ransomware and Australia’s policy options
There’s a policy vacuum in Australia that makes it an attractive target for ransomware attacks.
Cloud computing's destiny: operating as a single global computer, enabled by serverless
IBM Research is spearheading server-less computing architecture, with the intent of turning 'The Cloud' into the world's biggest computer.
Cybersecurity: Why a culture of silence and driving mistakes underground is bad for everyone
Having a 'no blame' culture can promote honesty and make it more likely that people will report potential security threats.
Do you need a VPN when working from home?
VPNs can protect you from potentially serious security issues when using the Internet.
Are password managers safe to use in 2021?
Most cyber-security specialists agree that password managers are the most secure way to protect your passwords—this article explains how Password Managers work and the risks in using them.
Taming the cyber wild west
This article claims that cyber capability can be ‘a weapon of mass destruction’; recent US-Russian talks are a step in the right direction towards regulating cyberspace.
Protecting Australia beyond its traditional borders: apps and policing in the internet age
The article examines the call for increased police powers to combat criminal cyber-activity and the need to protect civil liberties.
US mulling military response to ransomware attacks, Biden officials say
The US is taking ransomware attacks very seriously and is considering how to respond to future cyberattacks.
Five-dimensional combat: Cyber and electromagnetic spectrum targets gain legitimacy in 'Guardian of the Walls'
Operation ‘Guardian of the Walls’ demonstrated Israel’s effective use of cyberwarfare in making a major contribution to preventing Hamas’s military wing from using Gaza to launch missile attacks at Israeli cities.