Former Australian Defence and Foreign Affairs Minister Stephen Smith is one of a number of new, high-profile Board appointments to Perth-based cyber-security company Sapien Cyber Ltd.
The U.S. Coast Guard on Monday issued a safety alert advising commercial vessel owners and operators to ensure that effective cybersecurity measures are in place to protect the network and important control systems on their ships.
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Norwegian aluminum giant Norsk Hydro estimates that it may have lost more than $40 million in the first week following the ransomware attack that disrupted its operations.
Norsk Hydro became the latest company to be hit by hackers in a ransomware attack as one of Europe’s leading aluminium producers suffered stoppages at several of its plants.
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A cyber crime syndicate has hacked and scrambled the medical files of about 15,000 patients from a specialist cardiology unit at Cabrini Hospital and demanded a ransom.
Car maker Toyota has been hit by a cyber attack in Australia, with employees locked out of their emails for days.
One of Australia’s senior military figures says the threat of cyber attacks against the nation’s infrastructure and military networks is on the rise.
Major General Marcus Thompson leads the Information Warfare Division, which was set up in mid-2017 with the aim of providing both defensive and offensive cyber capabilities.
In his first media major interview, he told the ABC the job of protecting Australia from serious cyber threats was only becoming more challenging.
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Parliamentarians and their staff have been forced to reset passwords after an apparent malicious attack against the parliamentary computing network overnight.
Multinational food and beverage company, Mondelez, has launched a legal case against its insurance provider, Zurich after it rejected a $100 million (£78.5 million) claim for damage caused by a ransomware attack.
The firm, which owns the Cadbury, Toblerone and Ritz brands, was hit twice by NotPetya ransomware in 2017. Mondelez claimed that the attack had left 1,700 of its servers and 24,000 laptops “permanently dysfunctional”.
It said its property insurance policy with Zurich covered “physical loss or damage to electronic data, programs, or software, including physical loss or damage caused by the malicious introduction of machine code or instruction”.
Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and more creative in architecting attacks.
Today’s integrated technology ecosystems not only allows IT networks to be used to mount attacks on OT networks, but insecure OT devices can now also provide a pathway back into corporate IT systems.
Sapien’s solution accounts for the complex and ever-changing threat landscape, using advanced intrusion detection techniques combined with threat intelligence that is effective in both IT and OT environments.
Threats to critical infrastructure are now so advanced that they require an industrial cybersecurity solution that combines advanced technologies, machine learning and human intelligence to protect networks against the complex range of attack scenarios they are vulnerable to.
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A new variant of the Shamoon malware was discovered on the network of Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem, where it destroyed files on about ten percent of the company’s PC fleet.
Cyber attackers mainly look to spy and steal information from the energy and utility sectors, to be used in carefully orchestrated attack campaigns that tend to unfold over many months.