The Australian government should adopt an adapted version of the US Government’s NIST Cybersecurity Framework as its guidance for businesses, the Australian Cyber Security Growth Centre (AustCyber) has advised in a policy paper published today.
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Australian workers in the IT industry are among the world’s least stressed, according to a global survey by specialist recruiter Robert Half.
SAP has appointed a new chief to lead its $1 billion Australia and New Zealand division.
An app that provides a “life coach in your pocket” and a virtual reality simulator that gives users an immersive experience of being harassed are among the solutions of seven social entrepreneurs named as finalists in Optus’ Future Makers tech accelerator program.
More than nine in ten Australians surveyed for Gemalto’s Data Security Confidence Index say organisations should be encrypting the data they hold, although fewer than one in 10 say they have a complete understanding of what encryption does.
Q-Ctrl, Australia’s “first quantum tech start-up”, has secured the backing of three major global venture capital funds to complete its seed round initiated last year.
New consumer research indicates is not just technologists and ethicists with concerns about deceptive bots.
Former PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand technology boss, Ursula Phillips, will join The Real Pet Food Company in August as its Sydney-based chief information officer.
IT services outfit Interactive has appointed former Perpetual GM of technology Nick Scholefield as its first chief information officer.
Bunnings Group is seeking a chief information officer following the departure of Tamour Azam.
Former Bankwest exec Matt Toohey is the new chief information officer at ME. Toohey replaces Craig Ralston, ME’s group executive of customer banking, who had been acting CIO since Mark Gay’s departure last November.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) – a donation-funded community organisation with more than half a million members – is seeking its inaugural chief information officer.
Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service's (SCHHS) chief information officer, Barry Mather walked out the door for the last time today after spending three-and-a-half-years in the role.
PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand chief information officer Ursula Phillips is departing the company next month.
When Vint Cerf was invited to join Google in 2005 he was asked what job title he wanted.
Former Airtasker CTO Paul Keen is the new head of software engineering at Qantas. Keen, who left the gig economy player last month, is reporting to Qantas chief technology, Rob James who joined the airline last May.
The potential direct economic loss of cybersecurity incidents on Australian businesses is AU$29 billion per year, according to Microsoft.
The voluntary employee turnover among permanent IT workers has increased in the last three years, say Australian chief information officers responding to a Robert Half commissioned survey.
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