Apple has patched a security flaw in the Messages app after security researchers determined that Israel-based NSO Group used it to “exploit and infect” the latest devices with spyware.
Kartikay Mehrotra, Davide Scigliuzzo and William Turton
A ‘well-travelled and intelligent’ Melbourne woman has allegedly been tricked into handing over her life savings in a sophisticated scam.
An international student has handed her life savings over to a man posing as an AFP officer in a Melbourne park.
Research shows Australians are falling for password hacks and phishing scams, with the latest trap involving bogus texts about arranging for parcel delivery.
The past few years have thrown hurdles previously unimaginable at Australian businesses big and small, and highlighted the importance of agility and adaptability along the way.
A federal parliamentary committee has called for greater regulatory oversight and review of proposed cyber security powers.
Introducing the Photoshop on steroids which could affect the share market, your job prospects and even elections. Cybersafety experts reveal the very real risks behind deep fakes.
Boards should be responsible for cyber attacks to the same degree they are held accountable for workplace health and safety incidents, a leading WA cybersecurity expert says.
The Home Affairs Minister says cybersecurity is her number one concern, doubling down on singling out China for sweeping cyber attacks that impacted tens of thousands of networks earlier this year.
Cyber criminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic to target people working from home — who they consider ‘soft targets’ that may accidentally click on the wrong thing due to distractions like children.
President Joe Biden says damage caused by the Kaseya ransomware attack appears to have been minimal and "I feel good about our ability to be able to respond".
Raphael Satter and Andrea Shalal
REvil's ransomware attack, which the group executed on Friday, was among the most dramatic in a series of increasingly attention-grabbing hacks.
A ransomware attack on a US IT company has forced 800 shops in Sweden to close.
Australia’s former top cyber adviser Alastair MacGibbon has warned of increasing attacks by criminal and foreign agents, saying WA is the most lucrative target because of its economy.
Deciding to what extent government should intervene in cyber attacks on businesses is a pressing issue that still has no clear answers, security experts say.
Russia's FSB chief says Moscow will work with the United States against cyber criminals after talks between presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden in Geneva.
WA cybersecurity experts warn businesses will keep falling victim to ransomware attacks unless they treat online threats as seriously as they would physical emergencies like fires or break-ins.
WA Police were determined to use any means possible to catch the killer of Rebels bikie Nick Martin, including accessing the data of ordinary West Aussies.
US authorities have charged a Latvian woman with making software that helped cybercriminals infect computers worldwide and steal millions from victims.
The most senior public servant in charge of keeping Australians safe has named his ‘most pressing immediate concern’.
The existence of a black market of stolen identities circulating in WA was laid bare in a Perth court this week as a drug-addicted former butcher was put behind bars for six years.
Real estate portal Domain has warned users that hackers could have access to their personal information after a ‘concerning’ cyber attack.
Fuel shortages across the US Southeast have worsened and motorists are fuming after the top US fuel pipeline was disabled by a cyberattack six days ago.
A major US fuel pipeline network has been shut down after a cyber attack and the operators have not said when it will be opened again.
Stephanie Kelly and Christopher Bing
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