Update your browser to stay safe online

If you're seeing this message, you may need to update your browser.

Without the most up-to-date version of your browser, you may be more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, such as viruses and ransomware.

You also may have problems viewing our latest site features, as Telstra's website does not support outdated browsers. Find out more about staying safe online.

Spot the red flags.

Learn how to proactively defend your business,
with the Telstra Security Report 2018.

Download Report

Know the risks to manage the risk

In business, security underpins everything - from customer experience to employee engagement, whether protecting data or physical assets.

In this challenging era of digital transformation, where innovation demands considerable focus, organisations must also stay prepared in the face of constantly evolving threats to both cyber and electronic defences.

Thankfully, you don’t have to do it alone. Here at Telstra, we have an army of experts, world-leading security partners and state-of-the-art security operations centres. No one sees security like we do. We believe in staying vigilant and working together in a changing security landscape.

That’s why we’re pleased to provide you with our Security Report 2018.

Telstra Security Report 2018

    Access the full report now and find out how to defend your organisation against threats, so you can focus on your business.

    Spanning 13 countries and 15 industries, the Telstra Security Report 2018 is our most far-reaching yet, providing in-depth intelligence about current and evolving threats.

    When it comes to security, Telstra has your back.

     

    Download now

Security Report 2018

Security Report 2018

Key findings

     

    Being able to detect and respond to threats in a timely fashion is the #1 security challenge globally

     

    58% of Australian businesses are looking at biometrics and other physical sensors to boost security

     

    30% of Australian respondents review and test their incident response plan monthly as businesses move to an ‘expectation of breach’ mentality

     

    Respondents reported more ransomware attacks in this year’s survey, with 30% of Australian respondents experiencing these attacks on at least a quarterly basis.

Download now