A single startup is fighting to have its voice heard alongside Lavabit in a legal case aimed at defending the Fourth Amendment from the US government itself.
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Asus could be required to pay $138 million in damages and possibly stop producing products that use USB technology.
Rather than settle out of court, Kaspersky Lab has called Lodsys' patent bluff and managed to see the lawsuit dismissed.
Ausgrid is rolling out upgrades to the electricity grid in Port Stephens, with technology that will allow the network infrastructure to "talk" to operators on what might be wrong.
Financial services company AMP has signed on business technology and services provider CSC Australia for an additional five years, under a new $220 million contract.
NSW Police has denied new claims laid against it by UK software firm Micro Focus that it tried to cover its tracks on using software without licences by using further software that it also didn't have licences for.
When signing on a new datacentre provider, businesses and government should get their lawyers to check over the three key areas of physical security, data security and copyright, according to Baker and McKenzie partner James Halliday.
Legislation to help foreign nations cooperate on fighting cybercrime is misguided and misses the point, according to the Asia-Pacific director of the Global Institute for Cyber Security and Research, Dr Craig Wright.
IT services company DWS and corporate social responsibility (CSR) company Boreal-Information Strategies (Borealis) have teamed up to form a joint venture aimed at the Australian mining, oil and gas industries.
Victorian electricity distributor Powercor-CitiPower has renewed its IT services contract with CSC for a total of $25 million over five years.