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Data on key defence projects was stolen from a small Australian defence contractor. Minister Christopher Pyne says the government isn't responsible for vendor cybersecurity.

But who is?
Around 30 gigabytes of ITAR-restricted aerospace and commercial data was exfiltrated by an unknown malicious actor during the months-long 'Alf's Mystery Happy Fun Time' attack.
The minister releases a significant cyber report, with news that a defence contractor was breached.

That raises many questions, but the media failed to follow up.

Australia, you've got a problem.
Security -- no matter the size of the organization -- is a vital part of business today. Your business' strong defence can be brought down by the weak link -- your employee.
Have you seen how dependent our armed forces are on them? Analysis  The British government is publicly threatening to stop giving defence contracts to American aerospace firm Boeing – even though this is laughably unrealistic.…
Too small for lasers, too big for nets Fresh from showing off its gotta-zap-'em-all Dragonfire laser cannon, the Ministry of Defence is now buying a £20m anti-drone system.…
The EU sets out a strategy to improve its cyber-defences against criminals and nation states.
A new cyber security report from Vodafone, Cyber Security: The Innovation Accelerator, highlights a strong link between how cyber security is used and business success, with 86 per cent of high-growth companies[1] seeing information security as an enab...
That's part one sorted. Now, who's supplying the sharks? The Dragonfire laser cannon consortium has unveiled a fullsize mockup of its shipborne blaster at the Defence and Security Exhibition International arms fair in London.…
EU Cybrid cyber defence exercise is the first to involve senior politicians.
Need a few air-gapped apps on one screen? Here's how Researchers at Australian think tank Data61 and the nation's Defence Science and Technology Group have cooked up application publishing for the paranoid, by baking an ARM CPU and secure microkernel into a KVM switch.…
Need a few air-gapped apps on one screen? Here's how Researchers at Australian think tank Data61 and the nation's Defence Science and Technology Group have cooked up application publishing for the paranoid, by baking an ARM CPU and secure microkernel into a KVM switch.…