A well-known advanced persistent threat known as Platinum has been found to be using a new Windows backdoor, named Platinum by researchers at security outfit Kaspersky, and taking aim at targets mainly in South and South-East Asia. No current campaigns by this backdoor were detected.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNet) has launched live high-bandwidth services delivering more than one Terabit per second for research and education on its spectrum of the new Indigo subsea cable system connecting Sydney, Perth and Singapore.
The Australian Information Industry Association has called on its members and counterpart associations throughout Asia to invest in the proposed new centre to commercialise digital health and devices into Indo-Asia.
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