Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned that organisations should be wary of integrating artificial intelligence-driven chatbots into their businesses due to potential security risks.

By 2026, fines due to mismanagement of subject rights will have increased tenfold from 2022, to total over $US1 billion, according to Gartner, Inc.

Chief Data Officers across Australia’s public sector face significant challenges in implementing new and innovative data strategies within their organisations due to a lack of internal appreciation, according to new research from Qlik.

Malicious code is becoming increasingly common to find, both for traditional IT software as well as for OT, IoT and other embedded and unmanaged devices. Malicious actors are targeting public exploit proofs-of-concept (PoCs), typically porting them into something more useful or less detectable by adding payloads, packaging them into a malware module or rewriting them to run in other execution environments.

A group of 12 nations, including Canada, Australia, the UK and New Zealand, have issued a joint call on social media companies (SMCs) to protect personal information on their platforms from unlawful data scraping.

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OpenText has announced the expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud, a move aimed at facilitating AI-powered integrations designed to enhance organizations' utilization of their data stored on Google Cloud for competitive advantage.

A new survey undertaken by Swinburne University of Technology and Astral Consulting Services has found that Australian businesses and goverment organisations are at risk due to the overwhelming increase in data that organisations create daily.

The UK Electoral Commission is grappling with severe criticism over its belated acknowledgment of a sweeping cyber intrusion that laid bare confidential information linked to 40 million voters.

Traffic and trading on the dark Web continues to rise, with approximately 2.7 million daily users in 2023, up from 2.5 million in 2022, according to BDO’s inaugural Australian Scam Culture Report