The National Blood Authority has recruited Simon Spencer to take charge of IT at the government agency.
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Australian businesses hit with malicious software as hackers target ASIC.
The government’s ongoing efforts to better share cyber threat intelligence with agencies and the private sector have been dealt a blow today in the findings of an Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) survey.
There are important and significant changes afoot. For CIOs and other tech leaders there’s good news and bad news.
DXC Technology will receive nearly $400 million for the multi-year end computing deal it struck with the SA Government earlier this year.
Social media brings out the darker side of digital introverts and often amplifies slanted views or political biases. With the 2016 presidential election less than six weeks away, social could not be more powerful or dangerous.
The eagerly anticipated innovation tax incentives released recently by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are designed to “enable the transition of our economy” but experts say they unfairly benefit investors over the start-ups and businesses doing the heavy lifting.
WASHINGTON -- If startups in the tech sector and other high-growth industries are going to continue to emerge and thrive, the business landscape must become a more inclusive environment, one that is more welcoming of women, minorities and regions outside major urban and university centers, the White House is warning.
State CIOs, like their counterparts in the federal government, often struggle with recruiting and retaining top IT talent.
More than six years after a bill aimed at spurring the development and adoption of electronic health records (EHR) became law, many observers complain that the technology has failed to live up to its promise.
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With technology supply chains rapidly evolving to all corners of the globe, doors continually open for unsavoury elements to find new ways to take advantage. Whether for personal gain, monetary gain, criminal activity, espionage, or military threat, black hats keep unearthing opportunities to exploit supply chain vulnerabilities.
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- Toshiba to split off its in-house companies into wholly-owned subsidiaries
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- Linkerd 1.0 helps cloud services communicate
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- Russian hackers use OAuth, fake Google apps to phish users