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- New Zealand: over a third of cyber attacks come from state-sponsored hackers
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Boeing's poor information security posture threatens passenger safety, national security, researcher says
The aircraft maker failed to perform minimum due diligence in securing its networks, then tried to cover it up, security researcher Chris Kubecka tells Aviation Cyber Security conference attendees.
"It is a correction; it's not a setback," said Dante Disparte, head of policy and communications for the Libra Association, whose 21 remaining members held their inaugural meeting in Geneva.
As more and more organisations shift to using agile working models, the need to be able to quickly scale resources up and down becomes increasingly vital, writes James Fuller of Hnry.
"We face an inevitable world of instant, invisible and free payments, which spells trouble for banks that don't want to be relegated to the plumbing of payments."
Superintendent Rob Cochrane, acting CIO at NZ Police, talks about innovative programmes being developed by cops and ICT teams working side by side
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
Group of Seven finance chiefs cast a cloud over prospects for Facebook's Libra digital coin on Wednesday, insisting tough regulatory problems would have to be worked out first.
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov described the arrested man as a "wizard" hacker and said the country should hire similar "unique brains" to work for the state rather than against it
In a sign of widening scrutiny after Facebook Inc's proposed Libra digital coin aroused widespread objection, the bill proposes a fine of $1 million per day for violation of such rules.
Seven of the founding members of the Libra Association, Facebook's non-profit governing council for its planned cryptocurrency, have jumped ship amid increasing scrutiny by U.S. and European regulators.
- ACMA issues first directions for ISPs to block online gambling sites
- Government pushes for IoT manufacturers to ditch dodgy password practices
- Claris launches workflow automation tool beta
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