The Australian Cyber Security Centre has launched an online service to allow Australian businesses and government agencies to report online security incidents.
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It's been a relatively quiet weekend here in the US, government screwup-wise. But that doesn't mean there's not a lot going on 'round the world, especially when it comes to cyberattacks and cybercrime.
The Australian government has today launched a new cybercrime reporting service known as ACORN.
A Russian man accused of hacking point-of-sale systems and stealing credit card information now faces charges in the United States.
Government says it plans to ask the U.S. how it can decrypt data sent over messaging services such as WhatsApp and Viber, and complain about the lack of cooperation from U.S. service providers in aiding its cybercrime investigations.
Attacks to companies in the country are up 20 percent
The cybercrime environment is only "going to get worse," and so the military and intelligence communities should join forces, says the the U.S. Cyber Commander.
The lack of a regulatory environment around data protection could finally be addressed if proposals become law
Officials say new designations will allow the programs to compete for funding.
Should firms be exempt from lawsuits stemming from data sharing, and should citizen privacy become a victim?
Faced with rising cyberattack numbers and becoming the target of Anonymous heckling, the Pentagon has decided to boost its cybersecurity team.
Amid growing public outcry over India's controversial IT Act, the government notes arrests have jumped by nearly one-third from previous year which it says reflects rising trend of cybercrime in the country.
Country's Supreme Court puts new cybercrime law on hold and asks the government to respond to the 15 petitions stating that the law is unconstitutional.
The government Web sites were defaced by three separate hacker groups, which were protesting against the country's cybercrime law among other reasons.
Difficulties in keeping pace with cybercriminals and increasing amount of sensitive data make security tools still necessary for improved security posture, alongside law enforcement.
A report requested by the Ministry of Defence has found that annual cybercrime costs to the UK are less than half a previous government-backed estimate, with traditional fraud online far outweighing new crimes such as phishing
The golden age of cybercrime could come to a close as soon as 2014, according to Kaspersky Lab founder Eugene Kaspersky — as long as the world changes how it coordinates on creating laws to govern the internet.
The Federal Government wants to canvas public opinion on controversial data-retention proposals that would potentially require telecommunications companies to store customer data for up to two years.
The UN, a UK defence contractor and various Olympics organisations were targeted in a series of cyberattacks, probably perpetrated by a state actor, according to security company McAfee
Information sent to foreign government agencies under the proposed Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 would be sent on the assumption of trust, with no enforceable mechanisms in place to ensure that the information is used for the purpose it was provided.
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