According to the OAIC (Office of the Australian Information Commissioner) report, 36% of all cyber-attacks in Australia are caused by human error, this is the phenomenon known as PEBKAC (Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair). Thus, employees are our greatest assets, and our weakest link by potentially falling victim cyber-attacks in various forms. They are also our first line of defence, hence continuous education, training and awareness are needed to remain vigilant against cyber-attacks.
According to an article by Smart Company (one of Australia’s premier publication for growth businesses and entrepreneurs), 516,380 small businesses fell victim to cyber-crime last year. The first step in falling for a cyber-attack is believing that you won’t be attacked. Prevention starts with educating your employees about some of the most common types of cyber-attacks such as Spear Phishing and how they can be countered.
Romain Rallu, Privasec’s Director was invited to speak on ISO 27001 at Ingram Micro’s Cyber Security Exec Lunch last week hosted by Shirley Tan. Romain is an expert in Information Security Management Frameworks, and he shared the top ten misconceptions in the market about ISO 27001. Give us a call if you want to know what …
Privasec was proud to sponsor the OWASP AppSec Day event, Australia’s only conference dedicated to application security. Our team had an incredible time at the event and were impressed with the calibre of speakers both local and international. We were honoured to be chosen to design the official t-shirt for the event. Some interesting topics …
Privasec is really excited to sponsor KiwiCon – one of the biggest technical computer security conferences in the Australia-Pacific region. More than 2,100 people and 30 speakers attended KiwiCon 2016 conference and the KiwiCon 2038AD (to be held on 16th and 17th November 2018) promises to be even better.
Privasec proudly partnered with Cyber Risk Meetup to bring together industry professionals for the ‘No Longer a Secret’ event in Sydney on 18th October. The well-attended event provided an opportunity for networking and sharing ideas with industry peers. The line-up of knowledgeable speakers leveraged their experiences to provide practical insights into staying in sync with the dynamic risk environment.
Privasec is really proud to have sponsored the Cyber Risk Meetup series in Singapore, Melbourne, and Brisbane. These events provided a great platform for renowned industry professionals who turned up in great numbers to network and widen their horizons by interacting with a panel of highly reputed cyber professionals.