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Welcome to the Cyber Security Review website.

The growth of the internet has impacted profoundly on everyday life and the global economy. It has evolved into a global, interconnected network of systems and information – cyberspace – that we know today, transforming the conduct of business and opening new markets.

Threats to cyber security are persistent and constantly evolving. With an ever-growing number of cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, online commerce and the private sector worldwide, security experts are finding that their work has become a race against the attackers.

The Cyber Security Review is designed to draw on the combined knowledge, skills and expertise of the cyber security community to identify the emerging threats and facilitate the development of coherent policies and robust capabilities.

Our mission is to promote dialogue and provide a platform for information exchange and cooperation between stakeholders, industry, academia and security experts worldwide.



Latest news 


  • MoneyTaker Cybercriminal Group Steals $10 Million from Financial Institutions

    December 12, 2017

    Security researchers shed light on the Russian-speaking cybercriminal group MoneyTaker, which was reported to have perpetrated cyberattacks against financial organizations in the U.S. and Russia. The group reportedly stole as much as $10 million from at least 20 card payment and inter-bank transfer systems. What is MoneyTaker? MoneyTaker is a cybercriminal group named after the custom malware they use ...

  • German intelligence unmasks alleged covert Chinese social media profiles

    December 11, 2017

    Germany’s intelligence service has published the details of social network profiles which it says are fronts faked by Chinese intelligence to gather personal information about German officials and politicians. The BfV domestic intelligence service took the unusual step of naming individual profiles it says are fake and fake organizations to warn public officials about the risk ...

  • ‘Significant amount’ of sensitive security data stolen in Perth Airport hacking

    December 10, 2017

    A skilled hacker in Vietnam stole sensitive security details and building plans from Perth Airport after breaking into its computer systems. The West Australian can reveal Vietnamese man Le Duc Hoang Hai used the credentials of a third-party contractor to get access to the airport’s computer systems in March last year. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s cybersecurity adviser Alastair ...

  • International team takes down virus-spewing Andromeda botnet

    December 5, 2017

    Police and private companies have taken down a massive botnet used to move malware onto compromised PCs. The Andromeda botnet, also known as Gamarue, is thought to have spanned over two million PCs and distributed over 80 types of malware onto infected PCs. It was shut down on November 29 in a combined operation by Europol, ...

  • CS4CA USA set to double in size for 2018

    December 4, 2017

    In a major step for the Cyber Security for Critical Assets Summit series, Qatalyst Global are very proud to announce that the 2018 USA edition will double in size and feature two distinct work streams, focusing on corporate IT and operational technology respectively. For all the talk of convergence, the two remain distinct fields, and ...

  • The Critical Manufacturing Cyber Security Summit comes to Europe

    December 4, 2017

    After two sold-out editions in Chicago in 2016 and 2017, Qatalyst Global will be bringing the ManuSec Summit to Germany next year. We’ll be in Munich, the industrial heartland of Europe, with a blend of high-level, strategic discussion and practical, hands-on advice that participants will take back to their organisations. Behind this exciting expansion is Cecilia ...

  • Ursnif Trojan Adopts New Code Injection Technique

    December 4, 2017

    Hackers are testing a new variation of the Ursnif Trojan aimed at Australian bank customers that utilizes novel code injection techniques. Since the summer of 2017, IBM X-Force researchers report that Ursnif (or Gozi) samples have been tested in wild by a new malware developer. The samples are a noteworthy upgrade from previous versions. “This finding is ...