DocuSign has received 'Protected' assessment for DocuSign eSignature from the Australian Information Security Registered Assessors Program.
Atos identity and access management and smart logistics software has been added to the Digital Transformation Agency's Software Marketplace.
More than 2000 SA residents may have to change their driver's licence number after their mySA GOV accounts were hacked using passwords stolen from another site.
Local councils must ensure they maintain a robust cybersecurity posture to ensure they can retain the trust of citizens, new research suggests.
IT service management company Empired has urged Australian government agencies to make security a priority to maintain the current high levels of citizen trust.
Nearly three in four government organisations surveyed for Kaspersky Lab research experienced a cyber incident in the past 12 months.
eftpos's connectID has become the first officially accredited non-government operator of a digital identity exchange in Australia.
The DTA's Hosting Certification Frameworks are a step in the right direction, but true data sovereignty should begin at a hardware level.
Honeywell has launched its Type 1A CSS, featuring cybersecurity protection and threat prevention, to enhance cybersecurity measures of the Australian Government.
Australian federal authorities have been granted online account takeover powers after a new Bill designed to tackle online criminal activity passed Parliament.
The number of reported vulnerabilities in industrial control systems surged 41% to 637 in 1H21, according to industrial IoT security company Claroty.
GovHack will collaborate with information technology company Infosys and software app Slack during its two-day, fully virtual Hackathon competition.
The increased frequency of cybersecurity advisories being published by governments is great for awareness.
The federal government set an example for state and territory counterparts when it announced that all relevant government data under the DTA's hosting certification framework will soon need to be stored only in either ‘certified assured’ or ‘certified strategic’ data centres.
Alex Scandurra, CEO of Australian fintech hub Stone & Chalk Group, has announced that he will leave the organisation on 19 August 2021.