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AISA Week 2015
Trust is earned, not given. In a world of endless threats, knowing whom and what to trust is the difference between being in business and being taken out by the bad guys. Over the next couple of ...
Oct 7 2015 10:30AM
Security professionals have their hands full battling to stay ahead of the latest cyber threat. What are the best methods to deter cyber miscreants and detect today's evolving threats? During the ...
May 24 2015 6:46PM
What do Joe Hockey's plans mean for the technology sector?
May 12 2015 9:16PM
Spotlight on data centres
With an ever-increasing focus on energy use, efficiency and sustainability, the Australian data centre market is thriving and continuing to evolve. Over the next two weeks iTnews will be looking ...
Feb 4 2015 2:01AM
The concept of requiring telcos to store the metadata of Australian citizens for up to two years has been hanging around since it first arose under the Labor Government in 2008. The introduction ...
Oct 30 2014 2:02PM
"Bigger than Heartbleed" - that's what infosec experts are warning admins about the Shellshock vulnerability in the Bash command line interpreter shell. SC Magazine keeps you up to speed.
Sep 29 2014 11:16AM
Australian Cloud & Data Centre Strategy Summit 2016
In 2016 the 4th Australian Data Centre Strategy Summit will evolve to become ‘The Australian Cloud & DC Strategy Summit’ The 2016 event, will be held at the Royal Pines Resort, Gold ...
Aug 5 2014 9:59AM
The Murray Report
The Government’s Financial System Inquiry, announced by Treasurer Joe Hockey late last year and led by former Commonwealth Bank CEO David Murray, was tasked with examining how Australia’...
Jul 15 2014 4:15PM
iTnews spends the week focused on providing valuable insights for IT leaders negotiating the transition to cloud services. From May 19-23, you'll find a few extra goodies to download above and ...
May 14 2014 2:00PM
Secure Computing brings you coverage of the AusCERT 2014 information security conference on Queensland's Gold Coast.
May 14 2014 1:40PM
The iTnews team investigates the implications of Joe Hockey's cuts for the technology sector.
May 14 2014 7:01AM
iTnews presents highlights from CeBIT 2014. CeBIT Australia 2014 was held at Sydney Olympic Park May 5 through 7 inclusive. Our editorial team were on site to hear what Australian CIOs had to say ...
May 5 2014 3:35PM
Vulnerabilities discovered in the popular web service OpenSSL have forced systems administrators across the globe to undertake remediation. Secure Computing keeps you abreast of the latest fixes.
Apr 14 2014 10:05AM
On the path to continuous delivery
Thought leaders from Australia's largest organisations discuss DevOps and continuous delivery.
Mar 17 2014 1:17PM
It's Agile Week @ iTnews! Between February 17-21, iTnews throws our resources at helping our readers grapple the latest methods employed by practitioners of agile software development. We'll be ...
Feb 6 2014 3:52PM
Kiwicon is New Zealand's technical hacker conference organised for and by the security community. Black tee shirt -clad hackers will this year return to the Wellington Opera House for the seventh ...
Nov 6 2013 10:11AM
This page is home to rolling news and photos from Ruxcon, Melbourne's technical con featuring live demos, CTF, and presentations from security experts across Australia and the world. This page ...
Oct 23 2013 12:31PM
Breakpoint brings together big ticket research and security talks from a range of international speakers. It comes in the two days prior to the larger and more casual weekend Ruxcon conference. ...
Oct 23 2013 11:55AM
Threats to information have evolved over time: From the burning of the Library of Alexandria, to disclosures by Wikileaks and Snowden. This information odyssey and what it means for information ...
Oct 3 2013 1:25PM
Many large organisations are experimenting with Hadoop distributions on commodity hardware to test whether they can generate the kind of intelligence they might have enjoyed from data warehousing ...
Sep 19 2013 3:31PM
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