The NSW Auditor-General has urged the state's government agencies to improve their data collection practices, including ensuring that data is protected.
None of three Australian Government agencies examined during a cyber resilience audit had achieved compliance with the Essential Eight security strategies.
A dedicated cybersecurity team will be part of Western Australia's new $7.4m Office of Digital Government.
The City of Joondalup has opened registrations for its cyber business forum, and business stakeholders are urged to participate.
Cybercriminals never sleep, so governments must work together to achieve swift and effective prevention and response.
Today's information landscape is marked by rapidly growing amounts of digital and printed information requiring organisations to find innovative ways to manage, store and access that information.
Research from ISACA suggests that as smart cities integrate connected technologies to operate more efficiently, new vulnerabilities arise.
NZ's Government Communications Security Bureau will offer a malware threat detection and disruption service to a number of nationally significant organisations.
Almost NZ$4 million in new funding for NZ CERT and NZ$6.2 for the MBIE will enhance New Zealand's cybersecurity and the digital economy.
The US Department of Homeland Security's strategy details its approach to identifying and managing cybersecurity risks at a national level.
Local Government Association Tasmania has warned that councils holding TFNs and shared information assets will need to comply with the NDB scheme.
The Australian Government Security Vetting Agency is not sharing information about personnel risks with other government departments, according to an ANAO audit.
Canberra has established a pop-up embassy in Estonia to support Australia's involvement in the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.
An audit of NSW's local councils found that nearly half do not have an adequate information security policy, while 1 in 4 lack a documented IT strategy.
A $1.5 million investment in cybersecurity capability has been made by the NT Government as part of its 2018 Budget.