Stewart Stacey is putting the Northern Territory on the Australian cybersecurity map.
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Company CEO said it identified a scam that used a phishing attack to gain access to Domain's administrative systems to engage with people who have made rental property enquiries. Meanwhile, New Zealand's Waikato District Health Board has ended day three of disruptions, following a full outage of its IT systems on Tuesday, which reportedly was the result of ransomware.
University confirms the personal information included in the breach contained names, email addresses, and phone numbers of some staff, students, and external parties
Previously owned by ANZ Bank, RI Advice Group has been hauled to court by the financial services watchdog over failure to have adequate cybersecurity systems in place.
Australia's eSafety Commissioner has said it's time to stop giving tech giants a 'free pass' but she's hesitant to commit to a legislative mandate just yet.
Department secretary said the plans could result in law enforcement playing 'whack-a-mole' where they chase criminals from platform to platform.
In the interim, travellers will need to demonstrate their eligibility to cross the border to police, a Service NSW spokesperson has said.
The compromised data included customer name, date of birth, contact details, and in some cases, a government-issued identification, such as a driver's licence.
Announced advance security for the public and private clouds, security operations, and distributed workforces.
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission has said an encrypted communication platform is not something a law-abiding member of the community would use.