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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday February 12, 2019

  Latest News  

Defence dumped unrestricted crypto research permits without warning

By Justin Hendry

But permanent replacement under consideration.

Bunnings exposed staff performance database

By Juha Saarinen

Individual staffer did unwanted homework.

Security breach strikes parliament's IT network

By Justin Hendry

All passwords reset.

Former AMP IT contractor pleads guilty to stealing data

By Justin Hendry

Attempted to board flight to China.

Jetstar says 'no evidence' of check-in link abuse

By Ry Crozier

As researchers uncover mobile check-in link vulnerability.

Apple gives education grant to US teen for FaceTime bug find

By Staff Writer

After fixing privacy issue.

Defence launches crackdown on Australian crypto research

By Justin Hendry, Julian Bajkowski

Ahead of Thom export control review findings.

Federal election is now in Russian cyber cross hairs: ANU Kremlin expert

By Julian Bajkowski

But the target of “coordinated foreign disinformation campaign” still unclear.

Swiss government invites public to find holes in e-voting system

By Juha Saarinen

Up to 50,000 Swiss francs bug bounties.

Cisco wants privacy to be a fundamental human right

By Juha Saarinen

New laws needed to protect people.

Over 59,000 data breaches stretch GDPR watchdogs

By Juha Saarinen

Only 91 fines imposed under strict new privacy regulation so far.

Malicious attacks rise in Australia's latest data breach numbers

By Justin Hendry

Phishing and brute-force attacks target credentials.

Remote Desktop clients analysed and found vulnerable

By Juha Saarinen

Microsoft shown to handle its own, complicated RDP well.

Huawei offers to build cyber security centre in Poland

By Staff Writer

Despite Polish security official on spying charges.

US lawmakers target China's ZTE with sanctions bill

By Staff Writer

Would reimpose sanctions if Chinese telecommunications firm fails to live up to US laws.

US warns European allies not to use Chinese gear for 5G networks

By Robin Emmott

Global effort to convince allies not to buy Huawei equipment.

  Most Read  

Aussie Broadband kicks off enormous core overhaul

ACCC puts blame for slow NBN speed squarely on FTTN

Bunnings exposed staff performance database

Security breach strikes parliament's IT network

The CIO movements that made headlines in 2018

 
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