An Israeli, Washington-based cybersecurity start-up, which uses big data, behavioural analytics and machine learning to automatically hunt down complex cyberattacks in real time, has been judged by Juniper Research as the world’s top disruptive tech innovator.
As Australia's Julian Assange begins a fifth year of life in the Ecuador embassy in London, it looks like Sweden, the country that has accused him of rape, is finally beginning to come around.
Nokia has enabled 3 Sweden to enhance mobile broadband customer services using TD-LTE-Advanced technology, offering significantly higher capacity and download speeds.
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Headline is absolutely true. Once foreign intelligence forces start looking internally, there's a problem in governance. Either create a new[…]
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.