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Updated: In pictures: CIO Networking Dinner: ANZ CIO Forum on 'Make it Real'

​CIO Australia, in partnership with Dell Technologies, invited a select group of CIOs from Australia's leading organisations to gather for a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas.​ Special guests included Hanson Robotics’ most advanced humanoid robot - Sophia - as well as John Roese, Global CTO of Dell EMC and Dell’s Chief Customer Officer, Karen Quintos for a discussion on how innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI to make transformation real. The evening was hosted by media personality, author and maths genius extraordinaire Adam Spencer.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien30 Aug. 18 10:53

Dutton is Morrison’s cyber man

The government no long has a dedicated cyber security minister, with responsibility for information security policy being the domain of the minister of home affairs.

Written by Rohan Pearce27 Aug. 18 09:17

Why more CEOs will be fired after a cyberattack

The cyberattack on Equifax is a sobering reminder for any CEO of the perils involved with data breaches. Regulatory trends indicate increasing responsibility for boards and executives in reporting and preventing cyberattacks.

Written by Tom Scholtz03 Aug. 18 16:23

Cyber-attacks top reason for data breaches: report

Malicious or criminal cyber-attacks were responsible for 59 per cent of the 242 data breaches reported to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) between April and June.

Written by Byron Connolly31 July 18 10:00

AustCyber: Time to 'harmonise' bamboozling government cyber advice

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.

Written by George Nott18 July 18 15:46
  • Balancing cyber risk and resiliency: breaches and your brand

    At a recent lunch in Melbourne, senior technology executives discussed ways of dealing with the increasing size and complexity of global attacks. The events were sponsored by NTT Communications and NTT Security.

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    We’re the ones who never settle, we’re never satisfied with ‘good enough.’ Ingenious and inquisitive, we always seek the intelligent choice. Driving a new understanding of where technology can take us is our goal. We are the New Tech Thinkers. The future belongs to the secure hybrid enterprise, one that can embrace diversity and choice without driving up complexity, cost, time or risk.

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