Lockheed Martin is using Intel technology to build special 5G base stations that will help the US Defense Department securely communicate across air, sea, land, space and other domains.
If you are relying on Russian software or services it might be time to consider the level of risk that involves, says NCSC.
The partnership's goal is to tackle the spread of false information ahead of the upcoming elections.
Chinese tech giant reports a drop in its 2021 revenue of 28.56% to 636.8 billion yuan ($100.01 billion), though, its net profit climbs to 75.9% to 113.7 billion ($17.86 billion) as it looks to "readjust" its business portfolio to focus on carbon neutrality opportunities.
Labor Senator Kim Carr has blasted the federal government's proposed online defamation laws, saying the laws could do more harm than good.
The court decision follows a civil lawsuit initiated by a number of civil rights organizations.
Platforms and digital providers must adopt measures to block user access to the app within five days; the firm's CEO Pavel Durov apologizes for negligence and asks for extra time to remedy the situation.
A framework to facilitate the interaction between public sector agents working on digital transformation and startups will be created this year.
While Ukraine and many others would like to force Russia off the internet, it looks like Russia may be getting ready to drop off the internet itself.
As the Ukrainian government steps up its pleas for assistance, Amazon and Microsoft are suspending services in Russia.
California, Virginia, and Colorado are the only other states with a privacy law.
Cogent initially blamed the invasion of Ukraine but later said it was complying with a new EU regulation passed on Tuesday.