Malicious cyber activity against Australian individuals, businesses and government agencies is on the rise.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) noting that cybercrime is one of the most pervasive threats facing Australia, with self-reported losses topping $33 billion in the last financial year (with real losses widely predicted to be far greater).
Do not just rely on insurance - once you are at that stage the damage is done. Remember the three lines of defence that apply to any organisation: Tech, People and Insurance.
In this checklist we outline our top tips to mitigate the risk of malicious cyber incidents.
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