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Cybercrime in Australia doubled in 2016

Hafizah Osman | June 8, 2017
New Telstra study finds almost 60 per cent of Aussie companies surveyed detected a security incident in 2016.

Specifically, it stated that the number of businesses where C-level were directly responsible for their organisations' security grew from 19 per cent in 2015 to 61 per cent in 2016. The report also confirmed that more than 60 per cent of senior executives across the Asia-Pacific region have a "high involvement" in their organisations' cyber security initiatives.

In its attempt to help Australians secure their businesses and personal data, Telstra will be opening two new Security Operations Centres - one in Sydney and one in Melbourne - later this year to support a new suite of Managed Security Services.


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