Is Your Business Ready For the Region’s Positive Security Obligations?

Cybercrime is a huge business: in Australia, there are more than 67,500 cybercrime reports made to the government each year and $33 billion in self-reported losses. The government has recognised that this is likely to be only the ‘tip of the iceberg’ compared to cybercrime that goes unreported. As a result, the government is introducing mandatory reporting regulations for businesses as well as urging them to implement a minimum level of cybersecurity protection.  This white paper looks at how prepared businesses in Australia and New Zealand are for the region’s tough new cybersecurity policies.