Data collection activities have resulted in an increase in IT costs by $6 million for the Bank of Queensland (BOQ).
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Woodside Energy is working on a new system to simplify processes when welcoming new staff into the $4 billion oil and gas giant.
Queensland Police Forensic Crash Unit unveiled motorbikes equipped with drones to help map crash sites.
Monash University has appointed Dan Maslin to the newly-created role of created the chief information security officer (CISO).
The NSW Audit Office has recognised the importance of keeping data of customers and staff safe and embarked on improving its cyber security prioritising it under its Technology and Process Innovation strategic initiative.
Service NSW has been cautiously preparing the launch of the digital driver's licence after the release of another service brought the agency's systems down.
Data Republic has appointed former Nuix global head of engineering Geoff Sweeney as its chief technology officer.
HP has announced a restructure plan that will see its global headcount reduced by up to 9,000 employees.
A cyber attack that saw an unauthorised actor gain access to Australia National University (ANU)'s network for six weeks has shocked the country's most experienced security experts, new findings reveal.
NSW Police Cybercrime Squad has charged the IT contractor arrested on 2 October with 15 offences over the illegal access of LandMark White database.
In 2017 the University of Queensland department of molecular biology, neuroscience and translational research embarked on a journey to build Wiener, the Dell Technologies high-performance computer.
A number of hospitals and health services in Victoria have had their access to systems blocked by a ransomware attack that took place on Monday.
The National Australia Bank executive general manager, CIO Yuri Misnik has departed, reported by The Sydney Morning Herald.
Victoria's anti-corruption commission IBAC has tabled a special report to Parliament flagging "significant corruption risks" in council procurement.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced the 10 companies that will test the new data-sharing system, the Consumer Data Right (CDR), ahead of its launch on February 2020.