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Australia advocates weakening strong crypto at upcoming “Five Eyes” meeting

Oz AG to discuss "ongoing challenges posed by terrorists and criminals using encryption."

Australian government is not interested in encryption backdoors: Turnbull

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has moved to clarify the approach the government will take towards encrypted communications.

Break crypto to monitor jihadis in real time? Don’t be ridiculous,...

Former gov.UK advisor Rohan Silva branded 'utterly clueless' Calls by a former special advisor to ex UK Prime Minister David Cameron to allow the circumvention of end-to-end encryption to monitor terrorist suspects have come under fire from security experts.…

Tech firms: We’re trying to make our sites hostile to terrorists

Facebook, Twitter, and Google react to UK prime minister's call to limit encryption.

After London attacks, British prime minister pushes internet surveillance agenda

May's remarks have been criticized as "distasteful" and "political grandstanding," days before the British public are set to vote in the upcoming general election.

E-mails phished from Russian critic were “tainted” before being leaked

Campaign targeting more than 200 people also spread disinformation, report says.

Alastair ​MacGibbon confident in Australia’s devolved approach to cybersecurity

Although the cybersecurity model in place within the Australian government is different to those of its allies, Australia's special adviser to the prime minister on cyber security is confident in the direction Australia is heading.

Cyber education needs to start in primary school: MacGibbon

Australia's Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security Alastair MacGibbon wants to see cybersecurity training start in primary school, but said it shouldn't be a case of forcing children to become coders.

​Australia to work with China on cybersecurity

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has agreed to enhanced cybersecurity cooperation with China.

No, Russia isn’t sending a Terminator robot to the space station

Financially, conditions could get worse for the Russian space agency in a few years.

How Brexit will impact global CIOs, IT services

The countdown to the United Kingdom’s separation from the European Union began in late March when U.K. prime minister Theresa May officially triggered the “Brexit.” With just less than two years until the U.K. is officially out of the EU, the date of departure is one of the few certainties regarding the situation. “No country has ever travelled this path, and there is no turning back,” says Craig Wright, managing director for business transformation and outsourcing advisory firm Pace Harmon.But global CIOs cannot afford to simply wait and see what the post-Brexit world holds.

They must begin preparing now for the impact of potential legal and regulatory changes on their IT services strategies.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Researchers find China tried infiltrating companies lobbying Trump on trade

"ScanBox" Web malware used compromised National Foreign Trade Council website.