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Tuesday March 23, 2021

  Latest News  

Prime Minister's department among agencies to fail cyber security audit

By Justin Hendry

"Vulnerable" to attack without missing Top Four control.

Law enforcement used encryption-busting laws 11 times last year

By Justin Hendry

NSW Police issued seven technical assistance requests.

Swiss hacker indicted after claiming credit for Nissan, Intel breaches

By Paresh Dave

Shared information on social media.

Threat actor went through 11 zero-days in a year

By Juha Saarinen

Google Project Zero finds more vulnerabilities.

Govt agencies agree to leave Global Switch data centre by 2022

By Justin Hendry

Home Affairs reveals new deadline.

University of Queensland uplifts its vulnerability management

By Ry Crozier

Improves breadth and depth of scans and visibility.

Melbourne's Eastern Health hit by suspected cyber attack

By Justin Hendry

Some elective surgery cancelled.

US Supreme Court rebuffs Facebook appeal in user tracking lawsuit

By Andrew Chung

Case centres on use of plug-ins.

White House taskforce meets over Microsoft software weaknesses

By Staff Writer

Discusses how partners might track the incident.

Apple gets boost in French privacy fight, but still faces antitrust probe

By Mathieu Rosemain and Foo Yun Chee

Watchdog rejects requests to suspend upcoming iPhone privacy feature.

Encrypted messaging app Signal stops working in China

By Staff Writer

Without the use of a VPN.

  Most Read  

Microsoft Teams, Azure Portal hit by authentication outage

Wrongly removed key caused Azure Active Directory outage

Jemena "really mines" Victoria's masses of smart meter data for the first time

NAB runs loan deferral calls through speech analytics

ATO taps iProov for myGovID face verification


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