Australia’s cyber security efforts are only as good as its organisations', says former CIA tech chiefs and Cognitio founders, Roger Hockenberry and Bob Flores.
Stories by Bonnie Gardiner
The Australian Centre for Cyber Security (ACCS) released a discussion paper on Monday critiquing the Australian Government’s cyber security efforts, claiming it does too little to combat advanced technology threats.
Transport for NSW’s online booking system was hacked on Friday, potentially capturing customer payment details, the agency said.
South Australia is set benefit from $1 billion worth of cloud data services following the launch of the YourDC data centre in North Adelaide on Wednesday.
Sustainability Victoria has improved internal workflow and data visibility, plus enhanced stakeholder targeting and engagement, by deploying a new cloud-based CRM.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA) and the University of Bristol have made a breakthrough in quantum computing by simulating 'quantum walks'.
A Queensland police constable has been charged for the alleged breach of the Queensland Police Service’s (QPS) Qprime database system, and the disclosure of confidential information.
The New South Wales Government has appointed Damon Rees as its first government chief information and digital officer (GCIDO) to help lead the state’s digital agenda.
Australian IT leaders are feeling stifled by budget, legacy systems and security policy when trying to innovate or support digital transformation, according to a new global study.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Targeting Scams Report found in total, more than $229 million was lost to scams in 2015.
The Victorian Government has unveiled a new IT strategy that will see it update and consolidate outdated and complex and costly systems including hundreds of phone hotlines and 538 different service websites.
GHD Group's CIO Elizabeth Harper has joined the company's executive management group and is now reporting directly to the CEO following a restructure at the engineering firm.
Banks of the future will be technology companies with a banking licence and traditional banking may give way to more digitally advanced methods and platforms, say fintech specialists.
New South Wales is predicted to experience ICT employment growth of 1.8 per cent annually until 2020 - less than the annual national growth average of 2 per cent, according to a new report by the Australian Computing Society (ACS) and Deloitte Access Economics.
IT leaders must prepare for 'wear-your-own-device' as wearables-driven consumerisation starts to take hold.