All Queensland state government departments have been urged to be more aware of the corruption risks associated with the ICT procurement process.
Body-worn cameras will be introduced to frontline police across the state of Victoria, following a successful pilot.
The US House Homeland Security Committee has urged the Senate to pass reforms that would establish a Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs is using a secure onboarding mobile app that lets users prove their identity by taking a selfie.
The Tasmanian Government is rolling out body-worn cameras for all police officers in the state.
Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo has urged global governments to embrace collaboration and analytics to tackle domestic and border security threats.
The Deloitte IPANZ has recognised the contribution of the GCSB's CORTEX cybersecurity initiative to building trust and confidence in government.
New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) has released version 3.0 of the New Zealand Information Security Manual.
Major General Stephen Day (Retired), former senior executive of the National Cyber Centre, will advise the Queensland Government on cybersecurity matters.
The US National Association of State CIOs wants the US Government to unify and simplify security regulations to help states optimise their IT operations.
Data usage has doubled since Port Pirie Regional Council launched its free public Wi-Fi 12 months ago.
The federal government is funding CCTV camera upgrades for the Burnie region.
In a world of cyber threats, international standards and certification are the best ways to ensure long-term cyber protection of critical infrastructure.
The OAIC has published resources for public servants concerning the new Australian Government Agencies Privacy Code, which came into effect on Sunday.
Contact details of around 4000 Tasmanians were stolen in a breach on a third-party supplier to the Tasmanian Electoral Commission.