- 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)
Machine learning and AI
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.
Amazon is taking what it considers the next step in bringing its fulfillment and delivery network to Australia with the introduction of Amazon Hub – a new network of parcel pickup points.
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.
An Australian-led project dubbed 'Healthy Country' aims to identify the best way to preserve and protect national parks with a focus on combining the knowledge of traditional owners and cloud-based AI.
Former Macquarie University CIO and current Intersect Australia CEO, Marc Bailey, is leaving his post at the research accelerator in 2020.
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.
Intel has launched the oneAPI "industry initiative" to deliver a unified and open programming experience to developers on any architecture.
The Department of Defence is seeking to fund research into the interaction between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) systems, with an eye to better integrating AI into decision making by military analysts and commanders.
Tech chiefs have an opportunity to use certain technology to tap into the talent pool among the 17.7 per cent of Australians living with some type of disability, says Gartner research vice president, Brian Prentice.
Woodside Energy is working on a new system to simplify processes when welcoming new staff into the $4 billion oil and gas giant.
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