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The Australian government is seeking a new mobile panel that will offer expanded services and devices to government agencies, including the offering of tablets.
The Australian Federal Police says no sensitive information was compromised when Indonesian-based hackers accessed log-in details of a member through the Crime Stoppers website.
Known in gov-speak as the Legged Squad Support System (or LS3), the idea is to remove the amount of weight a ground trooper has to carry in combat.
This article is a companion piece to Marines test giant autonomous headless horsebot, published in ZDNet government.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is seeking a biometrics advisory panel to look at new passport ID alternatives.
Is Telstra's copper network dead or isn't it? Experts just can't seem to agree – nor can those people that were supposed to be Malcolm Turnbull's allies, who are compromising his Telstra renegotiations and his case for rural FttN at the same time.
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.
Disjointed and outdated systems, poor data quality and project failures are hampering health initiatives in New Zealand.
Joining Yahoo and Google, Twitter is the latest tech giant to promote its tactics for preventing decryption of sensitive user data.
Ahead of federal elections next year, politicians have been embracing social media to their advantage. Now, that same space could be used against them when tribal groups attempt to expose some of their unethical practices.
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.
Cloud-based enterprise content management service is expected to improve agencies' ability to manage information and improve decision making.
The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security has an old-fashioned method for avoiding leaks of emails: all external communication is done via paper.
Keep your enemies close and your friends closer: The NSA has been telling its partners it won't spy on them, but then does it anyway.
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.