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Malaysia Airlines' website has been attacked by the Lizard Squad, with the hackers claiming to have compromised user data in the security breach.
The United States government is gearing up for digital war, with classified documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden published by Germany's Der Spiegel outlining the agency's moves to appropriate foreign attacks for its own use.
Government has invested significant resources to build a "smart nation" supported by big data analytics, but it also needs to dedicate sufficient effort in addressing data security and privacy concerns.
Chinese government will allow only those with full security clearance to be involved in government projects, potentially leaving foreign players out of such contracts.
Nearly a quarter of Australian organisations have suffered an interruption to their business due to an IT security attack or breach over the past 12 months, according to new research by Telstra.
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Almost two months after Google's security team revealed a major security flaw in SSLv3, an Australian government department was found to still be using the old protocol on at least one of its websites, leaving it wide open to POODLE-like attacks.
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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After cyberattack resulted in internal networks being shuttered and confidential files leaked across the web, Sony has pulled in the professionals.
BitSight found that although the retail industry is still very much a hack target, 75 percent of retailers hit with a breach managed to improve their security effectiveness.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 7, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
While on the one hand, the Australian government is claiming that security agencies will not get access to any new data under mandatory data retention, Attorney-General George Brandis has claimed that the legislation is required because there aren't any existing metadata laws.
FireEye has released a detailed report suggesting that state-sponsored attacks originating from Russia have focused on lifting military, government and security information.
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The BuySecure initiative will implement enhanced payment security measures throughout the federal government, with hopes that the effort will trickle into the private sector.
Twitter posits that even if the government requests zero national security letters, it wants the freedom to disclose that information.
Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Azure has been recognised to be compliant with the Australian government's information security manual and protective security policy framework.
John Key breaks with a long-standing tradition that the Prime Minister is directly in charge of the Security Intelligence Service and Government Communications Security Bureau.
UXC has acquired the Saltbush Group, which will improve the company's position in the growing online security space, in particular the federal government market.
Not only has it been a big week for Apple products, it's been a big week for Apple privacy and government news. On one hand, Apple is promising to protect your privacy, on the other, the "warrant canary" has sung and Apple may be giving into PATRIOT Act demands. There's also more gov news the world over.
It looks like the infiltrators had a look around in JPMorgan's June security breach -- but did not manage to siphon customer funds from bank accounts.
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