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CEO ousted in AISA coup
Exclusive: Board reshuffle prompts unexpected overthrow.
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Should Aussie cyber security pros be accredited?
AISA pushing forward with professional standards plan.
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The ATO's secret to keeping its infosec staff engaged
Zen, and the art of cybersecurity staff maintenance.
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Oct 21 2015 11:00AM
Things are looking good for Australia's cyber security strategy
[Blog post] AISA abuzz with chat of what the future holds.
Oct 20 2015 2:30PM
Atlassian's tips for effective breach disclosure
Honesty is still the best policy.
Oct 19 2015 12:30PM
Why AusNet won't bring IoT to critical power infrastructure
SCADA systems to remain separated from the internet.
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Seek security chief's secrets to board buy-in
Three tips to try when advocating for an infosec project.
Oct 16 2015 10:54AM
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.
Jul 3 2015 11:07AM
AISA seeks first chief executive
Strong membership growth drives creation of new role.
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Security is doomed
[Blog post] It’s official – (ISC)2 says so.
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Australia's infosec industry wants mandatory baseline security controls
Fines and penalties for non-compliance.
Apr 20 2015 11:27AM
The clock ticks for Abbott's cyber review
[Blog post] Comms Alliance weighs in.
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Beyond ACORN: Cracking the infosec skills nut
[Blog post] Could the Government's cybercrime focus be a catalyst for change?
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Big businesses ignoring critical website flaws
Retailers, tech companies pushing vulnerable code.
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At Microsoft, red and blue hacker teams battle to control infrastructure
Measures success in 'mean time to pwnage'.
Oct 10 2013 11:36AM
Inside India's billion-user biometrics scheme
Identity scheme aimed at crushing fraud.
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India's billion-user biometric odyssey
From ground-zero to ground-breaking, India is relying on a mammoth biometrics project to crush rampant fraud and deliver welfare to the nation's poorest.
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Security's 2013 con wishlist
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