The National Archives of Australia has published a new whole-of-Australian-government information management policy that will take effect on 1 Jan.
The US National Association of State CIOs has urged Congress to pass a cybersecurity grant program for states in response to the challenges posed by COVID-19.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner received 11 enquiries but no complaints related to the COVIDSafe app in the past six months.
The UK government has revealed a new joint cyberwarfare agency tasked with carrying out offensive action against terrorists, cybercriminals and state actors.
US President Donald Trump has fired the director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency for defending the integrity of the 2020 election.
US federal government agencies have made significant progress implementing the security reforms prioritised by the Trump administration over the past year.
An annual cybersecurity survey of tech leaders from across the United States has found that cybersecurity is a top priority for cities and counties.
Oracle has secured protected-level certification for several SaaS products under the ACSC's Information Security Registered Assessors Program.
Victoria's Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner will examine the protection of personal information in eight Victorian universities.
Leading experts from the NSW Government, NIST and the private sector will spearhead the cybersecurity discussion at the Comms Connect Virtual Conference Series.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn will chair an industry advisory panel tasked with helping guide the implementation of the government's Cyber Security Strategy 2020.
New Zealand intelligence agencies NZSIS and GCSB have launched a recruitment campaign to attract a diverse range of people, with 170 positions available.
The pandemic has focused attention on privacy and created opportunities for transparency through the proactive release of government information, says the OAIC.
The Australian Government has released the updated National Security Science and Technology Priorities, with a view to strengthen Australia's national security.
Australia, UK, US, New Zealand, Canada, India and Japan have signed a statement urging tech companies to facilitate legal access by LEOs to encrypted content.