Security

Cyber security a boardroom priority

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Large corporations are funnelling more time and money into cyber security defence as attacks from individuals and unscrupulous nation-states increase.

BoM a soft target for hackers

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Cyber-security experts say Bureau of Meteorology used as a “backdoor” entrance to other target other agencies.

Aussies hit by VTech leak

by AAP
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Tens of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders may have been caught up in a leak of confidential information by children’s technology giant VTech.

Fighting fraud this shopping season

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With the continuing growth in online shopping a less glamorous side of this trend is the increase in online fraud.

Dell vows to patch eDellRoot bug

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Some Dell personal computers shipped since August include a bug that could let hackers snoop on a machine’s encrypted internet traffic.

Navigating the internet of security nightmares

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While IT has evolved since then to see more organisations take the front foot against cybercrime, the advent of the 'Internet of Things' has changed the rules.

Anonymous at war with IS

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Hacking collective says it has disrupted the Twitter accounts of more than 4,000 alleged Islamic State members and released those people’s personal details online.

Charges laid over JP Morgan hack

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Three men linked to largest ever theft of customer data from a US financial institution.

People the weak link in crime fight

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Today’s cyber criminals work like companies and it’s not all about having outstanding IT skills either.

IT security failures found in WA agencies

by AAP
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The WA auditor-general has found poor IT security systems in some agencies, with weak controls in basic, easy-to-fix areas such as passwords.

Data security: Masking seeds to prevent bad apples

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The current security model is broken and the next generation of security strategies will need to be framed around the assumption that all data has already been stolen.

Australia, US boost cyber, maritime ties

by AAP
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Both countries affirm that international law applies to state conduct in cyberspace, in an apparent reference to China.

Dow Jones discloses customer data breach

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Wall Street Journal owner says financial data from 3,500 individuals may have been accessed.

DJs hack exposes customer details

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Department store the latest victim of global hackers breaking into online sites to steal confidential customer account details.

Can the US stop Chinese hackers?

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The short answer, according to former Federal Bureau of Investigation cyber sleuth Austin Berglas, is not really.

Dekko Secure lifts lid on encryption platform

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Sydney start-up's platform aimed at keeping communications private and secure during mergers and acquisitions.

Apple iOS Breach in China no prank

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Apple says it has deleted the affected apps and was working to ensure developers used proper versions of Xcode.

Will Xi’s visit mark a turning point for US-China relations?

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Against the tense background of the many disputes that have developed between Beijing and Washington, Xi Jinping's visit could see a breakthrough in the Sino-US relationship.

Apple China apps hacked

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Some of the most popular Chinese names in Apple’s App Store have been found to be infected with malicious software.

Developing an Australian cybersecurity framework

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Australia has so far been a laggard in acknowledging cybersecurity as a national agenda. Fortunately, things are starting to change.

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