US security firm CrowdStrike has issued its annual Global Threat Report about cyber threats and their incidence, but the 75-page document contains no mention of any American state-based malware, otherwise known as APTs or advanced persistent threats.
Most Australian businesses are yet to seize the opportunities in some of the world’s fastest growing markets, and often lack the capabilities needed to succeed in these competitive economies, according to a new study released by Asialink Business and Australia’s Commonwealth Bank.
Global software industry advocate BSA, the software alliance, says the e-commerce provisions in a trade deal struck by 11 countries, including Australia, recently will allow them to take advantage of the digital economy.
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