Australia's big ISPs have danced around a trial balloon launched by Dan Tehan, the Minister assisting the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, suggesting that the government may make ISPs responsible for blocking malware.
More than three months after being informed about remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in 25 router models, Linksys is yet to issue patches to remedy them.
Australia ranks highest amongst countries in the Asia Pacific region where enterprises do not have an action plan in place in the event of a data breach.
Progress Software has broadened the responsibilities of Mark Armstrong, as reflected by his new title of vice-president and managing director, international operations for EMEA and APJ.
Indian outsourcing giant Tata Consultancy Services has decided to set up an innovation lab in Australia as a result of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's recent visit to India.
Recommendations in the final report of the Australian Consumer Law Review, undertaken by Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand, will affect a number of retailers, life insurers and providers of consumer products and services if they are accepted by governments.
Researchers at Canada's University of Waterloo are developing technology that will allow residents of countries where the Internet is censored to access restricted websites.
A guide for recording and exfiltrating audio data from Samsung F Series Smart Televisions has been released by WikiLeaks in the latest of its Vault 7 data dumps which it says came from the CIA.
Dan Tehan has just provided the country with adequate reasons as to why he should not be allowed anywhere near any post that has anything to do with online security. Least of all a federal ministerial position.
The need to implement better, more secure network procedures and tools to safeguard IoT devices will only grow as more stories about breaches crop up in the future, according to a senior official at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.