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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday July 2, 2019

  Latest News  

Telstra overhauls cyber response

By Ry Crozier

Frees up analysts' time to investigate attacks.

Five Eyes hacked 'Russia's Google' Yandex to spy on accounts - sources

By Christopher Bing, Jack Stubbs and Joseph Menn

Rare type of malware deployed in an attempt to spy on user accounts.

Sydney IT consultant sentenced to three years for insider trading

By Brendon Foye

Accessed buy reports for listed companies before they were published.

New cyber warfare research centre launches to 'defend democracy'

By Matt Johnston

In alliance with US.

Special Report: Inside the West’s failed fight against China’s ‘Cloud Hopper’ hackers

By Jack Stubbs, Joseph Menn and Christopher Bing

Hacked five times, staff at Ericsson started naming response efforts after different wines.

Poison certs imperils GnuPG checking of Linux software

By Juha Saarinen

"Devastating attack" likely to get worse.

Facebook evacuates four buildings after possible sarin exposure

By Staff Writer

Two people evaluated for possible exposure to nerve agent sarin.

One in ten Aussie businesses suffered IT breaches last year

By Justin Hendry

ABS reveals survey findings.

AusCERT, AARNet partner for new higher ed cyber initiative

By Matt Johnston

Launches training and advisory service.

Trump talk of easing Huawei ban lifts suppliers' shares despite doubts

By Sijia Jiang and Yimou Lee

As some experts wonder what has changed.

"This not a general amnesty": new sales to Huawei only cover available goods

By Staff Writer

Most sensitive equipment still off limits says top White House aide.

Chinese government-sponsored hackers allegedly hit global telcos

By Juha Saarinen

Stone Panda burrows into networks to steal information.

UK extends deadline for tougher online payment ID checks

By Staff Writer

If compliance steps are already underway.

Outgoing NZ Treasury Secretary slammed for 'clumsy' hacker response to budget data leak

By Juha Saarinen

Budget breach should never have happened under any circumstances.

Facebook's Libra coin likely to run a regulatory gauntlet

By Anna Irrera and Katie Paul

Unprecedented scrutiny amid immediate backlash.

  Most Read  

Route leak causes internet problems worldwide

Qantas runs cloud at scale with platform team of just 12

Google senior exec claims entrapment by right-wing activists

Govt-wide cloud deal brokered with AWS

NAB loses Microsoft extended support lifeline for Server 2003 apps

 
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