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NSW.net has 5,500 licences for the MessageLabs managed anti-spam and antivirus service up for grabs -- councils and libraries are encouraged to apply.
The Defence Signals Directorate has completed its evaluation testing for hardware encryption to protect government PC and laptop hard drives.
Australia's federal government is lagging behind when it comes to green IT initiatives and needs to be more critical of vendor "recycling" claims, says analysts.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to bolster Australia's cyber-defences to fend off the threat posed by hackers.
Defence chief information officer Greg Farr expects to ditch the "far from perfect" PeopleSoft human resources system next year in a tender worth around $400 million.
Canberra apparently has two plagues: kangaroos and IT contractors. After years fattening up on Canberra's fields, they've been marked by the government for a major cull. But is the latter group still the problem they once were?
An analysis of ISP filtering schemes in Europe has shown that none have adopted mandatory filtering — a claim Senator Conroy has used to justify such a scheme in Australia.
Security concerns have kept the Australian Tax Office (ATO) from adopting open source software, according to the agency's CIO Bill Gibson.
In an unknown location, a handful of Australia's best known companies and government agencies are undertaking secret tests in a mock cyberwar, as the country's infrastructure comes under attack in a simulated online war named Cyber Storm II.