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News, Features, and Interviews
Only 25 per cent of American CIOs feel their work is differentiated from competitors, according to a new Adobe survey out of the US.
Westpac has taken the wrappers off its data driven experience platform (DDEP), a Microsoft Azure-based data hub that draws on data sources from across Westpac Group to provide real-time, personalised insight to its customers.
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.
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.
CSIRO’s Data61 has inked a major research project with cyber security firm, Penten, to build AI-enabled cyber security defence technology, better known as ‘deception’ technology that includes cyber traps and decoys.
Ninety seven per cent of Australian businesses have suffered a data breach in the past 12 months, according to a Carbon Black threat report.
The federal government has launched AustCyber’s Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node, aimed at accelerating cyber capability development, innovation and commercialisation across the country.
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.
NAB and La Trobe University have struck a deal to deliver research, teaching and workforce development in the realm of cybersecurity.
Australia’s data encrytion laws, which compel tech firms to give police and security agencies access to encrypted messages, are an oppression of human rights, according to a visiting cyber expert.
LogMeIn, the makers of the popular remote desktop software as well as IT security and other offerings, will become part of a Citrix subsidiary in the wake of a complicated, $1.8 billion transaction announced Tuesday by the two companies.
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