One in ten businesses would be willing to pay $50,000-plus to retrieve ransomed data.
Chances are you’ve seen a shipping container with “Maersk” emblazoned along the side at least once before.
Photoshopped images and fake news are nothing new in the war of misinformation but what’s becoming more and more common are deepfakes, and they could spell real trouble for businesses.
With the New Zealand Institute of Directors naming cyber security as one of the “five things directors can’t ignore in 2020,” you’d expect most security and IT leaders to be having ongoing robust discussions with board members around their organisation’s security posture.
For many businesses, New Zealand’s response to COVID-19 has meant quickly adapting to new ways of doing businesses – from contactless deliveries to using new eCommerce platforms to sell to customers. With so many other challenges competing for our attention right now, data privacy probably isn't front-of-mind.