Photos: Security on the move comes to Sydney

Nov 25, 2011

AusCERT and SC Magazine IT security to Sydney.

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  Graham Ingram, general manager of AusCERT, kicks off the event with some statistics on how frequently the organisation contacts Australian webmasters to tell them sites are infected with SQL injection attacks.

He also took a very strong position against the lack of security foresight in the Australian Government's e-health scheme.  
 

Graham Ingram, general manager of AusCERT, kicks off the event with some statistics on how frequently the organisation contacts Australian webmasters to tell them sites are infected with SQL injection attacks. He also took a very strong position against the lack of security foresight in the Australian Government's e-health scheme.

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