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The Victorian government has asked for privacy safeguards and further clarification on who can access Australia's Face Identification Service before the Bill is set in stone.
Colt continues significant investment in upgrade and expansion of ultra low latency network connecting key financial markets globallyTokyo, 18 April 2018 - Colt Technology Services today announced the launch of its new ultra low latency service connect...
South Korea and Taiwan also are on the top 20 list of global markets that saw the most bot traffic last year, while China was the third most common origin of malicious traffic, behind leader United States and Russia.
The federal government is meeting with US counterparts and a handful of tech heavyweights to advance Australia's cyber capabilities, sending also 60 cybersecurity-focused individuals to the RSA Conference to show off local talent.
'We can see you everywhere and so can our friends in the UK', says Border Force Australia’s Border Force (ABF) has warned that “people shouldn’t assume the dark web is invisible to Australian agencies” after cuffing a woman who bought illicit drugs usi...
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The Australian Cyber Security Centre's expanded role will include more proactive advice to a wider range of stakeholders, while cyber incidents are becoming 'much more destructive'.
Market regulators looking outside Australia for ways to price battery storage.
New Australian Signals Directorate chief Mike Burgess outlines his priorities for the restructured agency's next 12 months.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has received 63 data breach notifications in first six weeks of the scheme's operation.
A cyber offensive capability could knock out key infrastructure targets cheaper than conventional military kit, but Australia needs to get its messaging right to avoid triggering the neighbours.