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2014/04/21 04:46
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Heartbleed allowed the golden padlock used on many sites to essentially be picked by hackers. Photo: Reuters IT security experts are accusing Google of being selfish, putting its corporate interests...
2014/04/21 04:46
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2014/04/18 01:15
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University of Wollongong Professor Willy Susilo said ''Google is very selfish in this particular instance''. IT security experts are accusing Google of being selfish, putting its corporate interests...
2014/04/15 08:15
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GE Money is recommending customers change their passwords in the wake of the Heartbleed security bug, which appears to have made vulnerable a number of GE's Australian websites. GE Money is...
2014/04/15 02:45
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The watchdog's CIO Adrian Walkden has issued an apology to subscribers of ACCC email lists, but clarified the likelihood the emails were stolen was low. "They were not indexed by search engines or...
2014/04/15 01:29
2014/04/15 01:29
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Microsoft Australia managing director Pip Marlow has called on the government to urgently review its technology and innovation policies or risk losing $6 billion in gross domestic product. Marlow's...
2014/04/14 07:19
2014/04/14 07:19
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This article provides you with an overview of the current state of application security testing. Some of the challenges with application security testing include ensuring adequate coverage of...
2014/04/12 06:20
2014/04/12 06:20
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Medal citizen: Williams with his parents, David and Joan, and his wife, Cathy Dovey, after receiving the Order of Australia. Photo: courtesy of Kim Williams Kim Williams is truly terrifying. Kim...
2014/04/11 09:17
2014/04/11 09:17
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THOUSANDS of Aussies have been exposed to a cyber security breach by the federal government. More than 3500 people who signed up to receive emails from the ACCC’s product safety recalls website since...
2014/03/28 15:19
2014/03/28 15:19
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Police, Internet companies and others have resisted a mechanism proposed by the Australian government to remove social media content deemed harmful to children. The government had proposed...
2014/03/27 22:19
2014/03/27 22:19
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... Domain Administration (auDA) has revealed that it is finally ready to begin the roll out of DNSSEC. "Over the past 18 months auDA has conducted and completed substantial testing on multiple...
2014/03/26 01:19
2014/03/26 01:19
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Telehealth consultations will become far more common for people in regional Australia and help reduce the gap in health outcomes between people in Indigenous communities and the rest of Australia, a...
2014/03/24 23:47
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Form left, social commentator and broadcaster Jane Caro, Sense-T founder Ros Harvey, Cisco's Janet Ramey and Telcos Together founder Renee Bowker. Photo: Cisco Live Photography Women continued to...
2014/03/24 19:45
2014/03/24 19:45
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The organisation has agreed to fold its operations into the broader industry group Communications Alliance, which will now take responsibility for all its operations. The most important aspect of...
2014/03/23 23:46
2014/03/23 23:46
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New laws allow you to be anonymous or use a pseudonym when dealing with companies. Australian citizens now have the right to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym when interacting with government...
2014/03/22 02:29
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The Bill lapsed in 2013 after a second reading in parliament was delayed during June and the Coalition government was elected into office. If passed by the Coalition, the bill will require government...
2014/03/21 00:19
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The government’s push for more open data and transparency no doubt opens the doors for private sector organisations to be more innovative, but it doesn’t come without its challenges. Speaking at an...
2014/03/20 23:53
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AMSRO launches trustmark to ensure standards AMSRO has launched a new trustmark to ensure standards across various areas such as privacy, ethics and quality. The announcement: In an...
2014/03/20 20:52
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The Australian government has excluded IT procurement from its red tape repeal initiative, but IT lobbying body the AIIA remains optimistic about progress before the end of the year. The Coalition's...
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