Tag archives: ransomware

OAIC releases 12-month data breach scheme report – encourages entities to move beyond compliance

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) this week released its 12-month Insights Report for the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) Scheme (Report).  The Report shows trends and noteworthy statistics from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019, reporting an uptick in notifications and identifying the most common cyber trends leading to a requirement to … Continue reading

What makes the transport industry so vulnerable to cyber-attacks?

Danish shipping giant Maersk has reported that the recent cyberattack which shut down its computer systems has cost a massive USD200-300 million in lost revenue, due to business interruption. Maersk is one of the world’s top two shipping lines, holding approximately 18% of the global container trade market. The ‘Petya’ / ‘NotPetya’ cyber-attack hit Maersk … Continue reading

First ‘WannaCry’ and now ‘Petya’ – Just another day in the office (unless you have been impacted)

Just when we thought we had seen the back of ‘WannaCry’, on 28 June 2017 news broke of yet another large scale ransomware outbreak spreading its way across networks throughout the globe. Although it is early days, this is what has been reported so far: The ransomware, known as ‘Petya’, was first reported in Ukraine … Continue reading
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