- Australian businesses slower to detect breaches than global peers, but everyone is still taking too long
- Declining PCI DSS compliance a lead indicator of inadequate security practices
- IBM aims at hybrid cloud, enterprise security
- NSA warns enterprises over TLS traffic inspection risks: do it once, and do it well
- How a bank got hacked (a study in how not to secure your networks)
News, Features, and Interviews
Sympli is on the lookout for a CTO, responsible for the platform architecture and security of the Sympli platform and the ISMS, regulatory compliance obligations and data governance.
Australian health supplements firm, Blackmores, is deploying a new cloud-based infrastructure to maximise the use of data for business insights and install stronger foundations for future innovation.
Adaptive security, citizen digital identity, and multichannel citizen engagement are among the Top Ten government technology trends.
The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud - and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.
Australia is home to some of the worst workplace bullying in the developed world, ranked sixth compared to 31 European countries, according to the University of South Australia.
There's five days left to nominate for the fourth annual CIO50 list, which recognises Australia's 50 most innovative and effective CIOs or heads of technology who are influencing rapid change across their organisations.
In pictures: Roundtable - How to ‘thrive’ - and 'survive' - in world of IT disruption and unlock your data capital: Sydney
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. There’s an explosion of data being generated that must be moved, stored, protected and analysed - and then leveraged and capitalised on. Tech leaders gathered for an exclusive Computerworld roundtable luncheon at Aria - sponsored by Dell EMC - to discuss how companies can thrive in the ‘age of data’ and redefine the role of the datacentre to enable business capabilities fueled by information.
CoreLogic A/NZ operations leader, Sarah Edwards, can now confidently say she knows a thing or two about robots.
Willow CIO Will Sessions - along with his colleagues - wants to connect two worlds: the built and the digital.
Julie Bishop described some of her “sliding door” moments as pivotal to her career.
Gone are the days when government CIOs could expect to exercise total control over how their agencies invested in ICT.
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