There are no vulnerability disclosure programs in place nor any future plans to implement such a thing for Australia's COVID-19 digital certificate.
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A pair of new rules on cybersecurity and algorithmic recommendations continue China's crackdown on tech.
PJCIS chair James Paterson said law enforcement agencies have made the case that encryption busting powers are necessary for fighting national security threats.
Senate committee wants foreign interference social media reporting rules by next Australian election
A Senate Select Committee received testimony prior to the new year that both government and social media platforms are unsure of how to go about reporting foreign interference on social media platforms.
Some people in NSW were unable to cast their local election vote due to the iVote system not issuing them with the necessary security credential before the close of voting on election day.
Details of the Australian government's arrangement to use controversial phone-cracking technology remains unclear.
A few hours prior, Chinese drone maker DJI was slapped with trading sanctions for its alleged role in the human rights abuses committed against Uyghurs in the Xinjiang region.
An investigation into the Australian Federal Police has shown it has not taken any steps to improve its privacy practices since using Clearview AI's facial recognition tool without the backing of an appropriate legislative framework.
This new Bill contains obligations that were excluded from the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Act 2021.
Negotiations between the two countries regarding an agreement had been in development for over two years.