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Bot attacks costing companies $2M per breach

About 90 per cent of credential abuse attacks are delivered from within Australia through local ISP networks, according to a report.

Written by CIO Staff16 April 19 14:57

UniSA secures $245M for smart satellite centre

The University of South Australia has been granted $55 million to develop a cooperative research centre for smart satellite technologies and analytics (SmartSat CRC)​.

Written by CIO Staff15 April 19 12:15

Integrity of wool supply chain given boost with new app

The Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) has worked with Microsoft partner MicroChannel to build a smartphone app and cloud-based system that lets wool classers create, capture and manage inventory data arising from the wool harvesting process in a shearing shed.

Written by CIO Staff10 April 19 11:15

WA's Office of Digital Government gets $34.7M boost

The Western Australia Government has announced a multi-million dollar investment in driving change in government ICT strategy, policy and reform agenda, in the public sector.

Written by CIO Staff02 April 19 15:43

Australian businesses slow to take-up AI

The majority of Australian business leaders have acknowledged the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) to their organisation’s competitiveness over the next three years, in a recent survey.

Written by CIO Staff01 April 19 16:01

In pictures: CIO Executive Council Pathways graduation

The CIO Executive Council recently held its 2018 Pathways graduation at the Hilton Hotel Sydney. Pathways graduates attended from all states throughout Australia and New Zealand after completing a 12 month accelerated leadership development program.

Written by CIO Staff10 Dec. 18 09:44

Curtin Uni and Optus in AI research effort

Western Australia’s Curtin University has struck an agreement with Optus to research the impact of artificial intelligence on regional telecommunications, higher education and the urban environment.

Written by CIO Staff06 Aug. 18 12:22

Welcome to the CIO50 - nominations now open

CIO Australia has officially opened our third annual CIO50 list, where the country’s top 50 most effective and strategic technology and digital chiefs will be recognised for delivering rapid change across their organisations.

Written by CIO Staff13 June 18 15:13
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