A provider of cyber security services to the government has spoken out about the weaknesses that dog the Federal Government's My Health Record system, claiming it cannot guarantee the privacy of sensitive Australian information.
Security firm Secure Logic has called on the Federal Government to follow the lead of the US state of California and the United Kingdom and introduce legislation to protect Australians from insecure Internet-of-Things devices.
Sydney-based tech solutions provider Secure Logic says its new TrustGrid platform that will help combat identity-related crimes and underpin the digitisation of government services, like motor registration, property titles and birth certificates.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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