Australia warns businesses of more sophisticated cyberattacks

Minister cites hacked company with national security links in speech highlighting growing threat of cybercrime An Australian company with contracting links to national security projects was caught up in one of 47,000 cybercrime incidents across the nation in the past year. The unnamed business serves as Dan Tehan’s warning to all companies that cybercrime is on the rise in Australia – and could affect anyone, as he launches the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) 2017 threat report. Continue reading...

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