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Signs $4.8 million deal with Oakton.
 
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Expected to revisit data breach notification.
 
Government agencies compete for new CIO blood 
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CASA joins line to advertise for new IT head.
 
Attorney-General's CIO steps down 
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Department looks for replacement.
 
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Data breach notification law misses Senate 
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But will stay on Coalition agenda.
 
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But will stay on Coalition agenda.
 
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Attorney General's Department leaves Senate committee 'flying blind'.
 
Govt shelves telco data retention scheme 
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Accused of hiding information from parliamentary committee.
 
Exposed: Australia's data breach laws 
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'Privacy Alerts' bill to bring mandatory data breach notification into force.
 
Dreyfus backs mandatory data breach laws 
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More talks on the cards.
 
Attorney-General backs mandatory data breach laws 
 
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At what cost to the Government?
 
Federal agencies test ICT services panels policy 
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Seeks comments on Australian policy.
 
Attorney-General seeks SAP contractors 
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Department to establish service provider panel.
 
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Aiding the enemy charge a capital offence.
 
Manning to face death penalty 
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Aiding the enemy charge a capital offence.
 
How dangerous is Anonymous? 
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