We hear a lot about ransomware these days and it's certainly a pertinent topic locally given that Australia is a popular target for this kind of attack. While it's important to be aware of the latest ransomware developments in order to protect ourselves and our organisations from falling victim to this form of malware, we mustn't forget that there are more sinister and stealthy cyber attacks that we should be watching out for.
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There's a shortage of IT professionals; there's an even greater shortage of IT security professionals. Organisations are paying good money to find the right talent to protect their valuable IT assets and that's motivating broader IT professionals to either skill up or outright move into the security space. But just because you have the technical know-how doesn't mean you'll be an effective security professional. So what makes a good IT security professional? Let's find out.
High profile data breaches have pushed IT security up on the agenda of organisations. As a result, some companies have been overzealous in implementing a whole host of security solutions in the hopes of staving off attacks. But this is not an effective or efficient approach to IT security; You need to take the plunge and streamline your security product portfolio. Here's where you can start.
If you find a cybercriminal has penetrated your organisation's security defences and has entered the corporate network, don't panic. Just because there's an intrusion doesn't mean that data has been stolen just yet. There may still time to stop attackers from getting away with any valuable information assets. Here's why.