The South Australian Government has committed $500,000 per year for the CCTV Grants Program.
General Gregory Touhill, President Obama's appointment as the USA's first Federal CISO, has left federal service after 33 years.
Techstars has launched its first Defence and Security Accelerator in Adelaide.
The government has earmarked $31.9m to establish the new Australian Cyber Security Growth Centre and appointed Atlassian director of security Craig Davies to lead it.
Victoria's premier has signed an agreement with the governor of the state of Virginia — the USA's largest defence sector state — to collaborate in the fight against cybercrime.
The federal government has introduced legislation designed to better protect Australia's telecommunications networks.
Academic Centres of Cyber Security Excellence have been approved by the federal government with a view to improving Australia's cybersecurity.
The MESMER counter-drone solution will be demonstrated by Department 13 to defence, security and law enforcement personnel.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner is holding a half-day workshop on data de-identification as part of next month's GovInnovate summit in Canberra.
As part of its open data policy, the government has launched a cloud-based tool to provide anyone with access to Australia's intellectual data.
The US counterintelligence expert who led the damage assessment team investigating the impact of Edward Snowden's NSA leaks has warned that Australian departments are at risk of a similar leak.
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The US Department of Homeland Security said an investigation suggests that the Russian government is behind the recent DNC email leaks to Wikileaks and other sites.
The ABS had contracted IBM to put in place DDoS protections to prevent the kind of incident that led to last month's census site outage, and had been assured by the vendor that the risk had been mitigated.