The Australian Cyber Security Centre and allies have released a joint cybersecurity advisory, highlighting the top 30 CVEs routinely exploited by cyber actors.
The NSW Auditor-General has slammed Transport for NSW (TfNSW) and Sydney Trains' management of cybersecurity risks as ineffective.
Atlassian, Palo Alto and the Cybersecurity Coalition have called for stronger safeguards and other alterations to the critical infrastructure legislation.
Australian organisations are among the victims of a sophisticated ransomware supply chain attack on software provided by Kaseya, a provider of IT and security services for managed service providers.
ANU's National Security College (NSC) has appointed two national security and intelligence experts, Dr Heather Smith and Major General Duncan Lewis.
UNSW Researchers have developed an updated test for measuring the ability of applicants to recognise and match faces across a variety of real-world conditions.
The OAIC received 14 enquiries — but no complaints — related to the COVIDSafe system during its second six months of monitoring the contact tracing system.
The Western Australian Government has tapped Data#3 to support Project Fortify, an initiative to improve cybersecurity across the state's public sector.
The rising risk of cyber attacks on critical infrastructure has prompted calls for the private and public sector to invest in a public awareness and education strategy.
The Australian Government recently auctioned off Australia's fastest 5G spectrum as demand for faster and denser internet connectivity continues to grow.
Each year, Australian government departments and agencies generate terabytes of digital data. Policy documents and reports, budgets, research, and activity schedules are constantly produced and stored for later reference.
The Internet Society has published the first research attempting to quantify the economic impact of Australia's controversial Assistance and Access Act.
Meat producer JBS has announced “significant progress” in resolving the cyber attack that has impacted its Australian and North American operations.
archTIS, an Australian listed software solutions provider, has signed a $578,000 contract with the Australian Department of Defence to expand deployment of Kojensi.
archTIS has announced partnerships with four companies to help US defence contractors comply with Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification requirements.