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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday July 9, 2019

  Latest News  

British Airways faces record $329m fine over data breach

By Paul Sandle

Punished under GDPR.

ASD names its top secret history maker

By Justin Hendry

But official chronicle won't canvas last 20 years.

Amazon blasts Australia's "technically flawed" anti-encryption laws

By Justin Hendry

Protections don't go far enough.

Australia Post told to improve cyber security practices

By Justin Hendry

Auditor says risk aren't being managed "effectively".

RBA nails cyber posture: ANAO

By Julian Bajkowski

Rare accolade from auditor.

Canonical's Ubuntu repos on Github hacked

By Juha Saarinen

Defacement only.

Defence paints-up Penten for Army network security lift

By Justin Hendry

Unsecure networks targeted.

Vault says anti-encryption laws harming its tech exports

By Justin Hendry

Laws motivating data exodus.

MYOB in payslip privacy bungle

By Ry Crozier

Blamed on cloud system "glitch".

School chaplain cyberbullying FAQs pulled after iTnews security story

By Simon Sharwood

eSafety Commissioner's FAQs were 'outdated and published in error'

Lloyd's of London calls for cyber clarity in insurance

By Staff Writer

Wants all policies to state whether cover will be provided.

Agencies face fresh audit blitz after wave of tech wrecks

By Justin Hendry

Spotlight cast on IT, infosec and privacy.

Swiss court upholds WhatsApp secrecy in case of fired employee

By John Miller

Ordered to pay after illegally inspecting chats.

  Most Read  

NBN Co floats its own 'Netflix tax'

Govt wants broadband tax passed this year

'Don't be evil': New Zealand tells Google on British backpacker case

ACMA finds worst NBN modems 'barely break' 50Mbps wi-fi speeds

NAB loses Microsoft extended support lifeline for Server 2003 apps

 
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