Articles about Australia
Australia's biggest banks insist there's no security flaw in tap-and-go cards, despite police blaming them for a surge in fraud.
Not implementing strategies recommended by national security agencies, failing to have a process in place to inform ministers of attacks, and failing to conduct proper penetration tests are just some of the auditor-general's findings.
Hear how Australian businesses are putting the public cloud to work.
As BlackBerry's executive ranks are cleaned out, its Australian team led by MD Matt Ball is attempting to save its corporate customer base through a switch from devices to its device management service.
Airtasker is focusing on temporary recruitment and growing its mobile platforms.
National Broadband Network campaigners are delivering a petition with 270,000 online signatures to MPs across the country as they fight for a fibre-to-the-premises plan.
Optus has confirmed it is also testing out technology that would allow customers to make voice calls over its 4G network.
Amaysim will not begin reselling Optus' 4G services until next year when there are more devices and a larger 4G network, according to CEO Rolf Hansen.
Transport officers may soon use NFC-enabled Android devices to determine whether Opal users are skipping their fares.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is seeking a biometrics advisory panel to look at new passport ID alternatives.
The issue of applying the GST to goods purchased by Australians through overseas online stores will be on the agenda when Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey meets his state and territory counterparts on Wednesday.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has defended the secrecy around trade negotiations which could lead to a clamp down on copyright infringement in Australia, and will be signed before the text is ever made public.
The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security has an old-fashioned method for avoiding leaks of emails: all external communication is done via paper.
Uses similar technology to that in its Sydney datacentre.
The websites of the Australian Federal Police and the Reserve Bank of Australia were hit by DDoS attacks overnight as relations between Australia and Indonesia continue to strain.