The Australian government believes that an unnamed state actor penetrated the networks of the Liberal, National and Labor parties, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said today.
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The Queensland government has rolled out two chatbots — dubbed MANDI and SANDI — that are intended to help people resolve disputes with their neighbours.
Data from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) reveals that last year it received 812 notifications as part of the mandatory breach reporting regime.
The University of Sydney is on the hunt for a new chief information officer, with the incumbent, Mike Day, departing at the beginning of March.
Telstra plans to later this year launch an ‘Innovation and Capability Centre’ in Bangalore, which the telco’s CEO, Andy Penn, today described as India’s ‘Silicon Valley’.
After more than seven years in the role, Cenitex chief executive Michael Vanderheide has decided to leave the Victorian government IT shared services agency.
A former Commonwealth Bank of Australia IT manager has had US criminal charges against him dropped.
NBN Co will have an additional three years to pay off a loan from the government intended to plug the gap between the cost of the NBN rollout and the cap on the total equity contributions from Canberra.
The Australian Space Agency will be headquartered in Adelaide, the federal government announced today.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chair Rod Sims says there are currently five active investigations arising from the ACCC’s scrutiny of the market power of Google and Facebook.
The Australian Taxation Office’s chief information officer says the agency plans to split future IT contracts into “smaller, more specifically targeted bundles.”
The Western Australian government has appointed public sector veteran Greg Italiano as its new chief information officer.
NBN Co’s chief executive Stephen Rue has rejected calls by telcos to cut the company’s wholesale prices.
NAB has become the first of Australia’s big four banks to support the Alibaba Group-backed Alipay mobile payment platform.
Figures released today by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission reveal that the average NBN bandwidth per household increased in the three months to 30 September — from 1.66 megabits per second at the end of June, to 1.71Mbps.