+ CBA reveals screen scrapers double fraud; Defence CISO jumps ship; DDoS attack blamed for myGov fail; New remote code execution Windows zero days actively exploited; Another Aussie logistics firm ransomwared; Toll Group 'returns to normal'; and more

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Tuesday March 24, 2020

  Latest News  

Minister backflips on myGov DDoS attack claim

By Justin Hendry

Now suggests site was simply overloaded.

CBA reveals screen scrapers double its customer fraud propensity

By Julian Bajkowski

Cites internal cyber security analytics.

Defence CISO to leave

By Ry Crozier

Lindsay Morgan heads back into industry.

Another Aussie logistics company falls prey to ransomware

By Juha Saarinen

Henning Harders cargo tracking system unavailable.

DDoS attack blamed for myGov issues

By Justin Hendry

Portal maxes out concurrent user limits.

New remote code execution Windows zero days actively exploited

By Juha Saarinen

No patch available yet, only workarounds.

Toll Group 'returns to normal' after Mailto ransomware attack

By Ry Crozier

Brings full track and trace back online.

Google Australia warns govt to tread carefully on new site block powers

By Ry Crozier

Argues they're unnecessary, could curb freedom of expression.

Nothing beats cyber FUD to squander trust and irritate people

By Julian Bajkowski

Analysis: Plenty of denials, not much service.

ATO sets myGovID live ahead of AUSkey retirement

By Justin Hendry

Digital identity app moves out of public beta after nine months.

UTS, Newcastle Uni to share new CISO

By Matt Johnston

Recruiting for joint security advisor.

Taiwan's new 'electronic fence' for quarantines leads wave of virus monitoring

By Yimou Lee

Uses location-tracking to ensure people who are quarantined stay in their homes.

Mass move to work from home in coronavirus crisis creates opening for hackers: cyber experts

By Steven Scheer and Raphael Satter

Sudden transition means more scope for mistakes.

US lawmaker urges caution in using location data to track COVID-19

By Staff Writer

Wants assurances from US government, big tech firms.

Israel deploys cyber-monitoring against coronavirus, tells people not to leave home

By Jeffrey Heller

Emergency regulations enable Shin Bet security service to tap into cellular data.

  Most Read  

Inside Woolworths, Coles online delivery shutdown

Now Coles halts online delivery, click-and-collect

myGov crashes amid welfare rush

Woolworths, Coles move online delivery to war footing

NBN Co rebrands 'up to gigabit' as Ultrafast, defined as "500Mbps to ~1Gbps"

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