+ Dreaded encryption laws won't change; NEC loses local chief in restructure; Feds keep, strengthen internet gateways; and more

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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday April 9, 2019

  Latest News  

Govt bankrolls IT security upgrades ahead of election

By Justin Hendry

Budget 2019: Poll security in the spotlight.

Australia's anti-encryption laws stay unchanged

By Ry Crozier

As review decides two more reviews are needed pronto.

NEC Australia boss Mike Barber departs

By Nico Arboleda

New leadership approach.

Govt to keep, strengthen internet gateway scheme

By Justin Hendry

Opts to fix problems with more targeted program.

Giant trove of Facebook user data was in open AWS S3 bucket

By Juha Saarinen, Staff Writers

In plain sight say cyber security researchers.

Bayer contains cyber attack it says bore Chinese hallmarks

By Patricia Weiss and Ludwig Burger

German drugmaker believes hack was hatched in China, Wicked Panda suspected.

Facebook removes exposed user records stored on Amazon's servers

By Staff Writer

Takes action after researchers' discovery.

US conducted secret surveillance of Huawei, prosecutors say

By Brendan Pierson and Karen Freifeld

To use in case over Chinese telco accused of violating sanctions against Iran.

Facebook's WhatsApp allows users to control who can add them to group chats

By Vibhuti Sharma

Changes privacy settings, tries to revamp image.

Canada mulls crackdown on social media firms unless they do more to combat election meddling

By David Ljunggren

Not doing enough to help combat foreign meddling.

Facebook, Twitter sucked into India-Pakistan information war

By Drazen Jorgic and Alasdair Pal

Internet war embroils global tech giants.

  Most Read  

ANZ reveals the good and bad of its Agile transformation

NBN Co reveals 183,000 FTTN users don't get over 25Mbps

NBN Co technicians now missing 469 appointments a day

AWS drops cloud storage price to $2/terabyte/month

ASIO to go ‘top secret’ Microsoft private cloud

 
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