The Federal Government has published the changes it proposes in order to access encrypted communications.
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The Victorian Government has initiated a global search for “cutting-edge” Internet of Things agtech.
Global online forum Reddit has revealed a hacker broke into a few of its systems accessing user data between 14 June and 18 June.
The federal government's Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has signed a $1 billion 'whole-of-government' technology contract with IBM. The blockbuster five-year agreement is expected to deliver more than $100 million in savings and benefits for taxpayers.
HealthEngine has notified a "small group" of users of a data breach in which identifying information may have been improperly accessed.
Ticketmaster has issued a warning to Australian customers following a data breach in the UK, despite only impacting less than five per cent of customers globally.
In order to eliminate unnecessary spend on contractors, consultants and external vendors, government departments should examine project budgets.
The Communications Alliance has judged as "virtually impossible" for teleco providers to be ready to abide by new industry rules when they come into effect.
Agile Digital has delivered a proof of concept to the Department of Health in order to allow approved scientists to collaborate on public health research.
A Sydney-based IT consultant has been charged with 115 offences for allegedly accessing the information of a Melbourne-based financial publisher for insider trading purposes.
Just a handful of Fuji Xerox Printers’ Australian staff remain after the business was folded into Fuji Xerox Australia.
HP Australia sold 220,000 printers in the local market without informing customers that non-HP ink cartridges may not work in them.
More than half of all the data breaches reported to Australia's Information Commissioner under new laws were caused by human error.
Telstra could pay a $10 million penalty relating to the management of its premium direct billing service.
Unisys has won a contract with Australia's Department of Home Affairs worth close to $44 million to design and implement a new biometrics matching system.