+ CBA tells government to declassify cyber intelligence faster; IBM criticises Australia's anti-encryption laws; My Health Record exposed to shared cyber security risks; Oracle complains it's forced to source local cyber staff from offshore; and more

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Tuesday November 26, 2019

  Latest News  

Telstra opposes direct govt network access

By Justin Hendry

Pushes joint agreements as solution for faster cyber response.

CBA tells government to declassify cyber intelligence faster

By Julian Bajkowski

So it can act on emerging threats.

IBM criticises Australia's anti-encryption laws

By Ry Crozier

Over damage to country's cybersecurity standing and investment.

My Health Record exposed to shared cyber security risks

By Justin Hendry

Otherwise positive audit concerned by lacklustre third-party controls.

Oracle complains it's forced to source local cyber staff from offshore

By Julian Bajkowski

“Computer Science programs within Australia do not offer students relevant courses”.

Westpac’s hopeless monitoring software festered for a decade

By Julian Bajkowski

Hartzer delivers mother of all apologies, but sits tight.

Uni IT chiefs want an 'Aussie lamb campaign' approach to cyber awareness

By Matt Johnston

Where the bloody hell’s your security?

EU countries back tough line on 5G suppliers in potential blow to Huawei

By Foo Yun Chee

Including vetting the domestic legal framework to which they are subjected.

France will not exclude Huawei from 5G rollout

By Staff Writer

Minister says it will be a case by case basis.

US agency votes 5-0 to bar China's Huawei, ZTE from government subsidy programme

By David Shepardson

Barring their US rural carriers from tapping US$8.5bn government equipment fund.

Microsoft granted licence to export 'mass-market' software to Huawei

By Stephen Nellis and Alexandra Alper

Commerce department lifts export ban.

Former Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudis pleads not guilty

By Katie Paul

Judge orders release by next week.

US-based chip-tech group moving to Switzerland over trade curb fears

By Stephen Nellis and Alexandra Alper

RISC-V Foundation "concerned about possible geopolitical disruption."

Canada agency says has enough info to evaluate Alphabet 'smart city' plan for Toronto

By Moira Warburton

Due to be wrapped up by March 2020.

US Army examines TikTok security concerns after Schumer's data warning

By Idrees Ali and Elizabeth Culliford

Concerns over app's use in recruitment drives.

Some Huawei suppliers get US approval to restart sales to blacklisted firm

By Alexandra Alper and David Shepardson

Second reprieve this week.

US senators urge administration to halt Huawei licence approvals

By David Shepardson

Bipartisan group still has national security concerns.

  Most Read  

Telstra's free NBN speed boost backfires

ANZ is quietly building a brand new banking platform

DoH! Microsoft to build DNS over HTTPS into Windows 10

Gallery: Microsoft reveals its other Project JEDI

NBN Co claims internet providers will milk it for rebates

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