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​Data Governance Australia launches draft Code of Practice for data use

The independent body tasked with establishing industry standards around data has released a draft Code of Practice in a bid to set benchmarks for the responsible use of data.

HotDocs Delivers Biggest And Best Global User Conference

Market-leading document automation specialist, HotDocs, today reported on the largest and most successful HotDocs User Group (HUG) in the company’s history.HUG is HotDocs’ flagship, global event and took place in London on 14 and 15 June 2017. A truly international event, the company welcomed over 100 customers and partners from nearly a dozen countries including Australia, United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, the Czech Republic and, of course, the United Kingdom.HUG 2017 brought together... Source: RealWire

Data breaches setting Australian organisations back AU$2.5m: IBM

A report from Big Blue has said the total average cost spent by a company in Australia as a result of a data breach is AU$2.51 million.

​Edith Cowan, University of Melbourne to lead Australia’s cyber skills creation

With AU$1.91 million over four years, the two universities are expected to address the shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals through the country's first batch of Academic Centres of Cyber Security Excellence.

Five Eyes nations stare menacingly at tech biz and its encryption

US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada mull leaning hard for access to your info Officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will discuss next month plans to force tech companies to break encryption on their products.…

Air Force grounds F-35A operations at training base after pilots suffered...

After pilots suffer "hypoxia-like symptoms," F-35As at one base are grounded.

Australia signs cybercrime agreement with Thailand

The agreement signed in Bangkok this week means Australia is now working in tandem with Thailand, Singapore, and China on tackling cybercrime in the Asia Pacific region.

Obama’s intel chief says Russia totally tried to swing it for...

Former director of National Intelligence James Clapper has no doubt who hacked the Dems and spread fake news James Clapper, US Director of National Intelligence under president Barack Obama, has used a speech in Australia to unload on US president Donald Trump and on Russia.…

Huawei Australia appoints former NBN security head as cybersecurity officer

Former head of security for NBN and Telecom New Zealand Malcolm Shore, who has also worked in NZ Defence security, has been appointed Huawei Australia's cybersecurity officer.

Singapore to collaborate with Australia on cybersecurity

Both countries have signed a two-year agreement to cooperate closely on cybersecurity, which will include information exchange, training, and joint exercises focused on critical information infrastructure.

​Data-retention legislation sending Australians into the arms of VPN providers

NordVPN has reported a doubling of customers thanks to Australia's data-retention laws.

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