The Defence Signals Directorate has completed its evaluation testing for hardware encryption to protect government PC and laptop hard drives.
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Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to bolster Australia's cyber-defences to fend off the threat posed by hackers.
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.
The Department of Defence today released its 2009 ICT strategy paper, outlining how it intends to spend $940 million over four years, instead of $720 million over a decade, to deliver $1.9 billion in savings.
The Federal Department of Defence has revealed plans to dump its in-house developed email classification system and replace it with a Canadian solution.
Queensland Transport (QT) has gone to market for up to 10,000 handheld smart card readers as it gears up to replace its 2.7 million antiquated drivers' licences with new smart card equivalents.
The main public servant in charge of Victoria's troubled myki public ticketing project is married to the auditor who was in charge of probity on the project's $1.3 billion contract, it emerged today.
David Butler, the Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) second commissioner, said its new tax-processing information technology platform is "working well", and that it is putting on an extra 800 staff to deal with income tax returns delays.
The National Broadband Network Company has nabbed Qantas's former executive general manager of human resources, Kevin Brown.
US oil giant Chevron has awarded a $150 million contract to Irish engineering firm, Kentz, to build telecommunications infrastructure for the Gorgon gas project in Western Australia.