This year's Budget sees the federal government put cybersecurity development at the fore, along with continued funding of the country's digital economy strategy.
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Multiple organisations have called for the federal government to clarify how it would go about installing cyber attack management software onto critical infrastructure systems.
Pieces of disinformation will be named and shamed as part of efforts to make Australians more informed about the federal election.
Twitter joins Meta in warning the federal government that the anti-trolling Bill could have adverse effects on privacy.
The federal government will look to create laws for preventing online misinformation and add more scrutiny towards the voluntary disinformation code followed by large digital platforms.
Under proposed reforms, Home Affairs will look to revamp various concepts regarding when law enforcement agencies will be able to access data to prevent serious crimes and security threats.
Australia's Electoral Commission thought the ACT's e-voting system would be secure so long as its encryption key remained private, but a researcher has found this is not the case.
The anti-trolling Bill is focused on defamation rather than reducing troll and harmful content.
The Secure Equipment Act of 2021 received bipartisan support prior to it being signed by Biden.
A Sydney man will face over two years in prison for stealing thousands of log-ins and passwords for online subscription services.