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.
US state CIOs and CISOs are making progress educating officials about cybersecurity risks and practices, but are struggling with miniscule security budgets, a new report finds.
The Obama Administration has appointed the White House's first federal CISO, charged with shaping cybersecurity policies and practices across government.
The US House Oversight committee has found that the Office of Personnel Management could have potentially prevented last year's major data leak of government employee information with even basic security controls.
Around three-quarters of the $500m budget for the government's new Electronic Warfare Operations Support for Maritime and Land Forces project will be spent locally.
Even though cybercriminals try to hide on the 'dark web', increasingly powerful analytics engines are helping law enforcement agencies find them.
Watch House, a system developed by NT Police and NEC to help rapidly identify suspects brought into custody using facial recognition, has won a 2016 iAward from the AIIA.