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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday June 4, 2019

  Latest News  

Monitoring fail allowed Westpac PayID look-up abuse

By Julian Bajkowski

Compromised harvester accounts made 1900 pings a day.

ANU suffers second 'significant' hack in a year

By Ry Crozier

Reveals 19 years of data accessed.

Aussie fashion e-tailer Princess Polly suffers data breach

By Ry Crozier

Card info may have been captured as it was entered into site.

LandMark White says new SCRIBD leak is sabotage

By Julian Bajkowski

But not related to previous data breach.

Former Conroy staffer Watts takes on shadow cyber security duties

By Justin Hendry

In Labor's new ministry.

TPG pleads kybosh on both Huawei and merger will knock it flat

By Julian Bajkowski

Filing to Federal Court a picture of lonesome misery.

Apple challenges Google, Facebook for web login, touts privacy

By Stephen Nellis

Launches "Sign In With Apple".

New Zealand Treasury says 'deliberately hacked' after budget details leak

By Praveen Menon

Opposition releases what it claims are key details of documents.

Cops say NZ Treasury site wasn't actually hacked after Budget leaked

By Juha Saarinen

Repeated searches of staging site spilled sensitive budget information.

Assange suffering psychological torture, would face "show trial" in US says UN expert

By Stephanie Nebehay

Agitated, under severe stress.

Vic public health 'highly vulnerable' to Singapore-like data breach

By Ry Crozier

Four health services audited, all four exploited.

Vic water providers told to do more for control system security

By Ry Crozier

Matching focus on protecting corporate systems.

Russia orders Tinder dating app to share user data on demand

By Staff Writer

Obliged to hand over user and messages to law enforcement agencies on demand.

China's Huawei fights consumer fears at Thai smartphone expo

By Patpicha Tanakasempipat and Jiraporn Kuhakan

Army of salespeople to fight perceptions that a US blacklist will hobble its phones.

Twitter apologises for blocked China accounts ahead of Tiananmen anniversary

By Staff Writer

After an outcry among users.

Canada's Digital Charter does not comfort Alphabet's smart-city critics

By Tyler Choi

Fears Sidewalk Labs unit could be misused for mass surveillance.

Pompeo tells Germany: Use Huawei and lose access to our data

By David Brunnstrom

War of attrition over next-generation networks.

Apple, Google, Microsoft tell GCHQ to drop 'ghost' spy protocol

By Juha Saarinen

Violates human rights, privacy and creates dangerous cyber risks.

Britain may not have made final decision on Huawei and 5G, Bolton says

By Guy Faulconbridge

Ahead of Trump UK visit.

Pompeo says Huawei is an 'instrument of Chinese government'

By Staff Writer

US Secretary of State keeps up the pressure.

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Telstra accelerates 6000 job cuts, junks $500m in legacy IT

Services Australia assumes govt-wide IT function, replaces DHS

Vodafone Group brings ex-Telstra CEO onto board

NBN Co to trial its first FTTN upgrade paths from June

Woolworths to trial 2D barcodes on poultry, meat products

 
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