A secure identity management system is vital if governments are to protect data as staff join, move and leave.
A new inquiry into cyber resilience has been launched by the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit.
The director-general of New Zealand's GCSB has denied reports the bureau faced US pressure to reject a 5G rollout proposal due to the use of Huawei equipment.
The suspected nation state attackers of the Parliament House computer network also compromised the networks of the Labor, Liberal and National parties.
The DTA has released the details of its $700,000 study into the use of blockchain in government, warning that the technology is still far from mature.
The Australian Signals Directorate is searching for four new senior executives to lead various branches of the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
The Department of Parliamentary Services is investigating a "sophisticated" attack on the Australian Parliamentary House network and email server.
The world's senior data protection and privacy commissioners will meet in Albania in October to discuss developments in data, IT and AI.
NSW state agencies will be required to identify their critical information assets and devise a cybersecurity response plan under the new Cyber Security Policy.
The Digital Transformation Agency has detailed the collaborative and iterative approach that the agency is taking with the Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
The US National Association of State CIOs will make calling for harmonised federal security regulations its top federal advocacy priority for 2019.
The NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) has released the latest version of its Information Management Framework.
The Department of Defence has awarded Fujitsu a $99 million contract to provide desktop and other services to Defence personnel.
The third component of the Trusted Digital Identity Framework, now released for public consultation, includes accreditation requirements for attribute providers.