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A surprising 90 per cent of all industries experience breaches leading to stolen medical records, proving patient data theft is an issue that stems beyond the health sector, a new report said.
Western Sydney University will roll out smart Wi-Fi across all seven of its campuses in a bid to provide Internet services to all staff and students.
The University of New South Wales and Commonwealth Bank on Tuesday announced a partnership to develop a cyber security centre aimed at addressing the shortage of security engineering specialists.
The Turnbull government has announced a $1.1 billion innovation plan to encourage risk taking activity that fosters a more entrepreneurial culture, supports early stage startups, promotes science and computing, and drives innovative research.
The Federal Opposition has proposed new policies encouraging more investment in startups, and to spread innovation support across Australia and overseas.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra has announced it is opening a Masters in Cyber Security, Strategy and Diplomacy – Australia’s first ever course devoted to cyber war and peace.
Australian engineers have proven that a quantum version of computer code can be written, and manipulated, using two quantum bits in a silicon microchip.
Sydney-based EdTech startup, Fluid Education, has created a new app to better engage students and improve how they communicate with their parents and teachers.
Perth’s Edith Cowan University (ECU) is rolling a new fixed and wireless network after signing a multi-million dollar agreement with system integrator, Data #3.
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