The Australian Cyber Security Centre and Australian Information Commissioner are urging departments and agencies to not neglect security during the COVID-19 crisis.
Melbourne Polytechnic has advised of a major data breach involving the unauthorised access of files containing personal data of around 55,000 staff and students.
Abigail Bradshaw and Linda Geddes have been respectively named ACSC Head and ASD Deputy Director-General Signals Intelligence and Network Operations.
Department of Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo believes improving cyber preparedness, resilience and response requires a society-wide approach.
The US is "laser focused" on securing its election processes from foreign interference, including by using 'hunt forward' operations led by military experts.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has called on the UK Government to urgently introduce a statutory and binding code of practice for LFR.
The scheme requires agencies or bodies to inform OVIC of incidents that compromise the confidentiality, integrity or availability of public sector information.
Pacific countries need to develop and adopt internationally aligned cybersecurity standards if they're going to grow and protect their digital economies.
Cybersecurity features heavily in the the US National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) list of its top advocacy priorities for 2020.
A federal Emergency Declaration is giving agencies and private organisations emergency privacy powers to help those affected by the bushfires.
The state, territory and federal governments have jointly agreed to develop a mandatory national standard for secure messaging between healthcare providers.
The Global Privacy Assembly — formerly the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners — is calling for members for a panel of experts.
The report details the efforts US states are making to boost collaboration with local government counterparts in cyber resilience matters.