The federal opposition has introduced a Bill to the House of Representatives that seeks to require organisations to disclose when they plan on paying criminals following a ransomware attack.
A high-profile North Korean hacking group has allegedly struck again in South Korea, this time breaching the security of its nuclear research institute.
Competition watchdog argues that three look-alike players have resulted in consumers paying more.
Foxconn and TSMC are aiming to purchase 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine each, before donating them to the Taiwanese government.
The state's auditor-general is having her audits fall on deaf ears, with 42% of the WA government entities probed not addressing her previous findings and continuing to allow weaknesses on their IT systems.
Small businesses are not exempt from data privacy legislation, both domestically and around the world.
Toshiba Board Chairman Osamu Nagayama has pledged to be 'an agent of positive change, not a protector of the status quo,' a week ahead of a shareholders' meeting that will determine director, committee member, and executive officer nominees.
If you’re still driving a gasoline-based vehicle, that means fueling up at the pump. Here's how to do it contactless while finding the best deals on gas.
Hybrid working environments are the new normal for knowledge workers and companies must adapt.
Lara Caimi, Chief Customer and Partner Officer at ServiceNow, talks with TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler about hybrid work, digital transformation and the future of the office.
Is there a way for IT leaders to be proactive about AI and machine learning without ruffling and rattling an organization of people who want the miracles of AI and ML delivered tomorrow morning? The answer is yes.