The annual Tech23 competition has rolled around again this year, bringing together some of Australia's best young ICT businesses.
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Hacking for a living sounds like a glamorous job, but how does someone get into that line of work? ZDNet Australia spoke to the heads of three security firms in the penetration testing industry to find out.
A study into data breaches has found that the cost of compromised records to organisations is decreasing in the US, but increasing in Australia, likely due to a lack of data breach notification laws, according to Symantec director of security and compliance Sean Kopelke.
Passwords are no longer that — words that allow passage. Last time I checked, words didn't contain random letters or symbols, but we continually treat passwords like they are still words for one reason: it's convenient. Convenience is the reason why passwords ultimately don't work, and why they'll continue to fail us.