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  • Asylum seekers invited by OAIC to speak out about data breach

    Close to 10,000 asylum seekers affected by a data breach of personal information four years ago by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection are invited to provide evidence of loss or damage to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC).

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien25 Jan. 18 10:55
  • IT security concerns reach new high

    The Australian public’s concern about security issues is the highest it has been in the last 10 years, according to research.

    Written by Byron Connolly21 June 17 11:06
  • Census minister: DoS attack is not an attack

    ​The minister responsible for the census has done a semantic dance around whether a Denial of Service attack is really an ‘attack’ at all.

    Written by George Nott10 Aug. 16 15:23
  • Digital technologies to boost government accountability: Productivity Commission

    ​Digital technologies offer governments scope to improve service delivery, including better assessment of risk in regulatory activities, integration of human services, and infrastructure management, according to new findings from a Productivity Commission research paper.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien15 June 16 12:09