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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday February 5, 2019

  Latest News  

ASD responded to 1100 serious govt cyber incidents in three years

By Justin Hendry

Incidents had varying degrees of success.

NSW agencies told to bare IT 'crown jewels' under new cyber policy

By Justin Hendry

Govt mandates additional rules to repair cracks.

CBA's former IT security chief lands at Standard Chartered

By Ry Crozier

Reporting into a former CBA CIO.

AFP gets more suspects to unlock devices, cloud services

By Ry Crozier

Explores 'technical feasibility' of industry requests.

ACSC to replace cyber threat sharing platform

By Justin Hendry

For better intel dissemination with partners.

NAB takes aim at supply chain attacks

By Ry Crozier

By creating a new 'integrated security function'.

Home Affairs says encryption-busting laws now in use

By Ry Crozier

Training expands to police forces this month.

EU considers proposals to exclude Chinese firms from 5G networks

By Robin Emmott, Foo Yun Chee and Joanna Plucinska

Mounting international pressure on the world’s largest maker of telco gear.

US wants Western tech to be used instead of Huawei kit

By Foo Yun Chee and Robert Muller

Steers people away over security concerns.

Apple apologises for Group FaceTime snooping bug

By Juha Saarinen

Company faces official investigation and lawsuit.

Apple bans Facebook from tech tools for tracking teen browsing habits

By Stephen Nellis and Katie Paul

Improperly tracked the web-browsing habits of teenagers.

Facebook tries to sidestep Apple ban to keep capturing data

By Juha Saarinen

Uses enterprise cert to side load disguised version of Onavo Protect.

China most active in cyber espionage against US: Coats

By Patricia Zengerle and Doina Chiacu

More aligned than in decades says intelligence chief.

The big con the Banking Royal Commission entirely missed

By Julian Bajkowski

Opinion: How did a huge online fraud liability shift to merchants escape scrutiny?

SWIFT helps Bangladesh's central bank rebuild network after cyber heist

By Krishna N. Das

Infrastructure agreement with central bank.

Dirty money risks encroach on Estonia's digital utopia

By John O'Donnell and Tarmo Virki

Vulnerable to sanction breaches regulator warns.

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Microsoft hit by global cloud login problems

Optus unveils an NBN-like 50Mbps-plus wireless service

The CIO movements that made headlines in 2018

SAP confirms mass redundancies will hit Australia

Telstra offshores to India to fill new software engineering jobs

 
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