5 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2024 You Should Plan For

Cybersecurity is a constantly evolving field. There are new threats, technologies, and opportunities emerging every year. As we enter 2024, organizations need to be aware of current and future cyber threats. Businesses of all sizes and sectors should plan accordingly. Staying ahead of the curve is paramount to safeguarding digital assets. Significant changes are coming […]

Navigating Beyond the Essential Eight: Evisent’s Advanced Cybersecurity Approach

In the dynamic landscape of cybersecurity, Australia’s Essential Eight framework has been a cornerstone for organisations aiming to fortify their defenses against cyber threats. However, as the digital realm evolves, particularly with the shift towards cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, the limitations of the Essential Eight have become increasingly apparent. This blog delves into […]

Australia Watches Closely as US Proposes ‘Know Your Customer’ Requirements for Cloud Providers

In a significant move towards enhancing cybersecurity measures, the United States is set to propose ‘Know Your Customer’ (KYC) requirements for cloud service providers. The initiative aims to bolster security protocols and ensure a safer digital environment for businesses and individuals relying on cloud-based services. Understanding the Proposal The forthcoming proposal is expected to introduce […]

The Pitfalls of Direct M365 Purchases: Why Companies Should Think Twice

In the ever-evolving world of business tech, Microsoft 365 (M365) has become a go-to for many Aussie organisations, offering a suite of powerful tools for productivity and collaboration. But when it comes to buying these licences, the decision isn’t always a straightforward one. While buying directly from Microsoft might seem like the way to go, […]

Protect Your Business with Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

In today’s digital age, the threat of cyber attacks is a constant concern for businesses of all sizes. According to a recent article by news.com.au, Australia is among the most targeted countries for ransomware attacks[^1^]. It is essential for businesses to prioritize their security measures to avoid potential devastating consequences. One effective solution to safeguard […]

Gamification and Cybersecurity Training

Gamified Behaviour Modification in Cybersecurity Training  According to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN), Victoria accounts for approximately 25% of Australia’s victims of cybercrime. The average cost for individual businesses is around $276,323, depending on the type of attack. Collectively, Australian businesses are out-of-pocket nearly $29 billion annually.  As technology advances and more businesses move toward online models, […]

Working From Home or the Office? 

 Our take on productivity and security concerns  Reaching as far back as the working class can remember, the traditional nine-to-five job has been the norm in most countries. Unfortunately (or fortunately) the pandemic has forced the global population into isolate working conditions. This has reignited the contentious debate over which one is more productive – working from the office or your pyjamas?   In the pre-pandemic job market, employers expected their hours to be worked in […]