- Google Chrome on Android gets ‘site isolation’ shield against Spectre CPU attacks
- Oracle drops 219 fixes in October 2019 critical patch update
- Adobe patches dozens of critical flaws in Acrobat PDF products
- The week in security: Women speak out on cybersecurity careers, CISOs struggle for relevance
- Microsoft releases 'tamper protection' for all Windows 10 users to stop malware turning off antivirus
Many of Australia’s chief executive officers are in denial about or simply unaware of cyber security threats to their organisations, according to a new report.
Woodside Energy is working on a new system to simplify processes when welcoming new staff into the $4 billion oil and gas giant.
Darrel van Dort has been named the general manager of digital, data and IT transformation at FlexiGroup Limited, a financial services firm based in Sydney.
The union representing embattled Telstra workers has attacked CEO Andy Penn’s “exorbitant” $5-million-dollar paycheque following a year of mass lay-offs.
Had Ned Kelly, our iconic of all bushrangers been alive today, he would have been confounded by corporate Australia’s view of its own invincibility.
Data Republic has appointed former Nuix global head of engineering Geoff Sweeney as its chief technology officer.
Cenitex paid price for years of uncertainty
Data drives up Bank of Queensland IT expenses
Telstra seeks to boost tech skills pipeline
Updated: Darrel van Dort joins FlexiGroup
Woodside Energy uses cognitive solution to improve staff onboarding
Blackmores ramps up digital efforts for greater insights, efficiencies
CEOs, you’re in denial on cybersecurity
IBM and Vocus settle Census outage lawsuit
Telcos would have delivered fast broadband without NBN project, Telstra chair says
Union slams Telstra chief's $5M pay packet as 6,000 jobs axed
ACCC mulls regulation of ‘unfair’ basic NBN pricing
After nine years, Bill McDermott is stepping down as SAP CEO
Ex-GBST CEO Stephen Lake wins $2.6M payout for wrongful termination
Queensland Police equips motorbikes with drones
State of the CIO 2020: Benchmark your organisation
Grassroots push for girls to enter STEM: UN-founded Girl Up event
Monash University creates CISO role
Data security is 'highest priority' to Audit Office of NSW
Australia’s lack of cyber security engagement remains a perplexing issue
Digital driver's licence delayed following CTP refund system failure
- Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd dies
- Updated: Darrel van Dort joins FlexiGroup
- Woodside Energy uses cognitive solution to improve staff onboarding
- Blackmores ramps up digital efforts for greater insights, efficiencies
- CEOs, you’re in denial on cybersecurity
- State of the CIO 2020: Benchmark your organisation
- Information technology – what is it good for?
- Grassroots push for girls to enter STEM: UN-founded Girl Up event
- Monash University creates CISO role
- Australia’s lack of cyber security engagement remains a perplexing issue
- Digital driver's licence delayed following CTP refund system failure
- The true cost of sweating the last value out of on-premises infrastructure
- Blinker taps former Cox Automotive CTO
- CEO turnover in ASX 200 reaches three-year high
- Data Republic appoints Geoff Sweeney as CTO
- 5 factors to help you deliver consistently great projects
- ‘We failed because we didn’t take care of the people’
- Top 10 government tech trends revealed
- In pictures: Discover 'Real Transformation' and How to create your Digital Future: The Connected CIO Dinner
- CSIRO’s Data61 and Penten hatch cyber security ‘deception’ tech
- Phishing attacks top cause of data breaches in Australia: report
- Consistent security: Easier, safer and less risk
- How NetApp saves money and simplifies Cloud migration
- 9 key takeaways from SAP TechEd
- Food traceability on its own is ‘just boring’: FSC co-founder
- CIOs look to AI to solve IT complexity: report
- Aussie zoos set to transform CX with souped up networks
- What is a data analyst? A key role for data-driven business decisions
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CIOs from Australia's leading organisations joined CIO Australia and Dell Technologies for The Connected CIO Dinner, the CIO networking event of 2019 - a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas. The theme of the night was ‘Discover Real Transformation and How to create your Digital Future.’ The industry is on the road to transformation - unmistakably many innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI and digital to make ‘transformation real’ and to drive the next wave of human progress.
Tech execs gathered at Sydney's Aria restaurant to discuss how artificial intelligence technologies are being used inside their wired and wireless networks. The luncheon was sponsored by Juniper and Mist.
In pictures: CIO dinner: The road to intelligent transformation.
Tech leaders gathered at Sydney's Hilton Hotel for the 2019 CIO Summit.
Tech chiefs got together at Eureka 89 in Melbourne to discuss the areas where they are seeing skills gaps across their organisations and how they are working to fill them. The luncheon was sponsored by Amazon Web Services.
Organisations that are ‘thriving’ in today’s fast-paced ‘data-driven world’ are the ones that are turning the influx of data into competitive differentiation.
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