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Zen, and the art of cybersecurity staff maintenance.
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Honesty is still the best policy.
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SCADA systems to remain separated from the internet.
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Turnbull advisor offers peek at cybersecurity strategy
Previews priorities of impending plan.
Oct 14 2015 12:20PM
AISA names first-ever CEO
“Increasing cyber skills and awareness” a key priority.
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AISA seeks first chief executive
Strong membership growth drives creation of new role.
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Australia's infosec industry wants mandatory baseline security controls
Fines and penalties for non-compliance.
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The clock ticks for Abbott's cyber review
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Identity scheme aimed at crushing fraud.
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India's billion-user biometric odyssey
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