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Federal government cyber resilience almost unchanged after three years

By Justin Hendry

Dozens of agencies still struggling with mandatory infosec controls.

NSW iVote system may have been vulnerable to voter fraud at election

By Justin Hendry

Susceptible to Scytl flaw uncovered earlier this year.

Pawsey begins hunt for new $70m supercomputer

By Matt Johnston

Replacing Magnus and Galaxy HPCs.

Key antitrust lawmaker frustrated with Google's Fitbit deal

By Diane Bartz and Nandita Bose

Watchdog groups urge FTC to block deal.

Apple Watch detects irregular heartbeats in US study

By Julie Steenhuysen

Identifying the sick or scaring the healthy?

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