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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday June 11, 2019

  Latest News  

LandMark White stretchered as banks suspend business, again

By Julian Bajkowski

“Not able to provide the market with reliable guidance”.

Patch now against wormable 'BlueKeep' remote desktop flaw: ACSC

By Juha Saarinen

Spectre of another WannaCry-style epidemic raised.

Microsoft makes Win 7 extended security free for some buyers

By Simon Sharwood

Only for some enterprise licences, but the offer is on the table.

Privacy watchdog criticises Cathay Pacific over 2018 data breach

By Staff Writer

Found to have not followed data protection principles.

Eftpos debits HSBC’s tech chief in battle against US card giants

By Julian Bajkowski

Bolsters senior tech ranks for online push in months.

Putin stands by China, criticises US, in trade, Huawei disputes

By Andrey Ostroukh and Katya Golubkova

Show of solidarity alongside Xi Jinping.

Tinder, despite cooperation, says it hasn't shared user data with Russia yet

By Andrew Osborn

Added to a list of entities obliged to hand over user data and messages.

Germany planning to access voice assistant data to tackle crime

By Staff Writer

To extract evidence from Amazon's Alexa or smart fridges.

'Shoddy' Huawei needs to raise its game, UK cyber official says

By Jack Stubbs

Told to improve security standards.

Big tech firms cut employees' access to Huawei, muddying 5G rollout

By Paresh Dave and Chris Prentice

Staff told to stop talking about technology and technical standards.

Chinese financial news site closed for 'rectification'

By Staff Writer

Amid a wider crackdown.

Russia's Yandex resists pressure to share encryption keys with state

By Staff Writer

Wants to abide by the law but not to violate its users' privacy.

  Most Read  

Telstra to cull 10,000 contractors

NBN Co fights to keep control of its 5G spectrum

Huawei lawyer tells US jury spelling errors, video show rival stole trade secrets

Govt prepares to exclude tech vendors in ATO sting

Optus 'concierge' to take grief out of NBN migration

 
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