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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday April 16, 2019

  Latest News  

Wipro hacked, internal systems used to attack customers: report

By Juha Saarinen

Months-long intrusion.

Spokesman for hacker group Anonymous arrested in Texas

By Staff Writer

On charges of “threatening a federal agent.”

ASD confirms data stolen in Parliament IT breach

By Justin Hendry

But exfil only netted non-confidential data.

ANZ uses Google tool to enforce security on containers and code

By Ry Crozier

Automated checks to keep unauthorised apps out of production.

New wi-fi security standard broken already

By Juha Saarinen

WPA3 Dragonfly implementations not done properly.

Ransomware-raided Aussie businesses pay up

By Juha Saarinen

Majority get their data back.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested by police

By Staff Writers

Law enforcement invited into embassy.

189 Australian banks, finserv providers attacked by SMS-borne malware

By Simon Sharwood

'Gustuff' malware ships with catalogue of fake logon screens, localised targeting mechanisms.

China warns Australia at WTO about 5G restriction

By Staff Writers

Ban is "obviously discriminative", official says.

Huawei says its equipment as secure as any, pans US campaign

By Foo Yun Chee

After Washington briefs allies on concerns.

Belgian cybersecurity agency finds no threat from Huawei

By Staff Writer

"We have not found technical indications."

The Netherlands forms task force to assess 5G security risks

By Staff Writer

As it prepares to build new network.

McDonalds tells customers to show ID as card fraud bites… again

By Julian Bajkowski

Fast food fraud reflux returns.

Yahoo strikes US$117.5 million data breach settlement after earlier accord rejected

By Jonathan Stempel

Largest data breach in history.

Facebook spends US$22.6 million keeping Zuckerberg safe

By Staff Writer

Doubles money spent on CEO security, including private jets, in 2018.

  Most Read  

ANZ reveals the good and bad of its Agile transformation

Telstra, TPG, Vocus and Optus say they aren't an NBN bottleneck

How Woolworths uses Google to power its massive analytics uplift

NBN Co's wireless congestion likely worse than reported

BoQ blames laggard, legacy tech for rubbish result

 
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