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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday September 3, 2019

  Latest News  

Secret penetration tests, fines for banks under PayID security crackdown

By Julian Bajkowski

NPP deploys ‘unilateral’ protections to harden network.

Aussie hacker joins million dollar bug bounty club

By Juha Saarinen

Nathaniel Wakelam a HackerOne top earner.

Messaging app Telegram moves to protect identity of Hong Kong protesters

By Joel Schectman

Will allow users to cloak their telephone numbers.

Europe should ignore 'treacherous promises' of Facebook's Libra currency, says central banker

By Staff Writer

Could undermine the European Central Bank's ability to set monetary policy.

US and Poland urge tougher checks on foreign influence over 5G networks

By Alan Charlish and Marcin Goclowski

Say suppliers of 5G equipment should be rigorously evaluated for foreign government control.

Twitter CEO's hacked account sends racist tweets before being secured

By Elizabeth Culliford

Sending curse words to 4 million followers before account re-secured.

North Korea denies it amassed US$2bn through cyberattacks on banks

By Staff Writer

Accuses United States of spreading rumours.

  Most Read  

Telstra sees at least 59 exchanges broken into

Photos: Vocus completes landing of Coral Sea Cable in Sydney

Bunnings reveals big smarts, small spend turbocharged its digital overhaul

Automated and IoT parking fines a loss as Smart Parking drives into the red

NSW quietly delays digital driver's licence launch

 
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