The Australian Signals Directorate's decision to withdraw from the role of certifying cloud providers to handle government data at sensitive and classified levels means that cyber security is being put at risk, with each provider now having to act as their own regulator.
Former Royal Australian Navy officer Abigail Bradshaw has been appointed as the chief of the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
An official from the Department of Home Affairs has been selected to lead the Australian Cyber Security Centre to replace Alastair MacGibbon who quit the post two weeks before the Federal Election in May.
A company providing such an essential service should have never moved to remote-only anyway. I guess this is just another[…]
You put a lot of faith into USA being a staunch ally of Australia. Think about the scant regard the[…]
Your either with us or against us! Victoria was doing and endrun around the Federal government for Chinese investment (they[…]
"But China's actions during the pandemic appear to have sparked a rethink in the UK about Huawei's involvement in its[…]
Thx for continuing to cover this, Sam :)It would be reassuring for those Health Department spokespeople to provide a clear[…]