Australia has enacted some new cybersecurity regulations, but there is concern that the nation Down Under is still lagging in cybersecurity preparedness.

For instance, approximately 1 in 3 of the nation’s law firms are not investing in regular cybersecurity training, reports GlobalX, in a recent study conducted in partnership with the Australian Legal Practice Management Association. Looking at the larger economy, over 40 percent of Australian businesses questioned believe the country to be behind the rest of the world when it comes to cybersecurity practices, adds a new survey from Aura Information Security.

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