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News, Features, and Interviews
Tech leaders detailed their security strategies at a roundtable luncheon at this month's CIO Summit in Melbourne. They discussed the measures they are using to minimise the risk of cyber threats with a particular focus on the weakest link in any security strategy – email. The luncheon was sponsored by Mimecast.
The Australian government has announced the delay of its decision on mandating the data breach notification scheme. Does this mean we, as Australian consumers and citizens, are sitting ducks?
The threat of cyberattacks continues to overwhelm many organisations, and it’s simply not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ corporate networks will be breached by hackers.
The number of cyber security incidents detected in Australia increased by 109 per cent to 9,434 over the past 12 months.
Guy Betar examines some of the causes for concern with the growing number and size of data breaches.
Many organisations are failing to secure their tech infrastructure at a very basic level, according to Tanium CSO, David Damato.
In the ongoing battle to clean up Japan's crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, Toshiba is deploying a novel robot that's a bit like a scorpion.
The ability to change shape hasn't saved a robot probe from getting stuck inside a crippled Japanese nuclear reactor.
Tokyo Electric Power on Friday sent a robot where no machine has gone before -- inside the highly radioactive heart of a reactor at the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.
The hackers who stole personal data from health insurer Anthem stand to make a whole lot more than the ones who stole 56 million credit and debit card numbers from Home Depot because the potential payback per identity is so much greater.
In a fast growing sector, the bottom line is everything
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