The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has released its corporate plan for 2020–21 to help increase public trust in data protection.
Ethical hackers and investigators will reconvene across the country in 2020 for the National Missing Persons Hackathon, now an entirely online event.
A new industry support program has been launched to recruit small businesses to fight against cyber threats by developing ambitious capabilities for the ADF.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency simulated a major attack on the nation's critical infrastructure in the latest Cyber Storm exercise.
The federal government has detailed its $1.4bn commitment to improving Defence's cybersecurity training capabilities.
The NSW Department of Customer Service has appointed MessageXchange to provide its e-invoicing solution to streamline procure-to-pay solutions.
Only two of 18 Australian Government agencies evaluated by Proofpoint have fully implemented DMARC anti-spoofing security protocols.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre is inviting water and wastewater companies to register to participate in a two-day cybersecurity drill next year.
In an embarrassing data breach for WA Health, sensitive medical records have been leaked online after being intercepted from an unsecured pager network.
A UK government body has asserted the need for a "social contract" between citizens and the state covering ways in which citizen data is used and shared between agencies.
Australian businesses are significantly more likely than their global peers to have faced a security incident caused by an unpatched vulnerability, Cisco claims.