+ New taskforce to push cyber security standards; Massive spying on Google Chrome users shows new security weakness; and more

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Tuesday June 23, 2020

  Latest News  

Govt to set infosec standards industry-by-industry: report

By Ry Crozier

Widens long-running focus on regulating critical infrastructure.

New taskforce to push cyber security standards

By Justin Hendry

Experts come together to harmonise code.

Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness

By Joseph Menn

Malicious add-ons used to transmit spyware.

ACT govt urged to improve data security after shocker audit

By Justin Hendry

Agencies lacking understanding, awareness.

UK telcos told to stockpile Huawei gear

By Jack Stubbs and Kate Holton

In face of US sanctions.

PM warns of rise in cyber attacks ahead of new strategy

By Justin Hendry

Blames recent activity on sophisticated state-based actor.

US says no to direct Chinese cable connection to Hong Kong

By Juha Saarinen

National security concerns raised.

Apple previews privacy enhancements across OS suite

By Staff Writers

Will present info in a 'nutrition label' format.

Cyber spies use LinkedIn to hack European defence firms

By Jack Stubbs

Posed as recruiters.

Zoom to offer free users end-to-end encryption after all

By Staff Writer

In exchange for additional information about them.

Network zero-days leave millions of IoT devices open to abuse

By Juha Saarinen

Widely-used Treck TCP/IP library becomes supply chain security risk.

Chipmaker MaxLinear hit by 'Maze' ransomware attack

By Staff Writer

Some proprietary information exfiltrated.

CIA 'woefully lax' in securing sensitive hacking tools

By Raphael Satter

Prior to WikiLeaks publishing them online in 2017.

  Most Read  

Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness

Suncorp automates processes it had outsourced to India

Avon to reboot systems hit by cyber incident

Defence turns to Microsoft to host SAP ERP system

Microsoft hit by Office 365 login issues in A/NZ


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