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Govt co-funds Yarra Valley Water IT assessment
The Federal Government has agreed to co-fund a Yarra Valley Water plan to assess its computer network systems.
Jul 15 2005 3:17PM
Queensland Police target motorists using mobile phones
Queensland Police are targeting motorists using mobile phones while they are driving.
Jul 13 2005 3:21PM
Customer privacy issue worries financiers
Financial institutions are increasingly concerned about protecting their customers' privacy from unauthorised access, according to a survey.
Jul 12 2005 3:39PM
Red Cross warns of hoax UK bomb donation email
The Australian Red Cross has warned people not to respond to a hoax email that pretends to be collecting funds for victims of the London bombings.
Jul 11 2005 3:50PM
Phones congested following London blasts
Telstra and Optus last night saw phone congestion as Australians struggled to call loved ones in London following yesterday's terror bomb blasts.
Jul 8 2005 12:08PM
Police investigate chatroom
NSW Police are investigating a chatroom which was on the ninemsn website, known as 'rapeclub'.
Jun 7 2005 3:47PM
Australians embrace mobile phones
The number of Australian mobile phone users will grow to 19.2 million this year, according to an industry analyst.
May 31 2005 11:49AM
Alluring images hoodwink users
People are being lured into opening worm-carrying emails by subject lines referring to alluring pictures.
May 30 2005 4:19PM
Police seize DVDs worth $19,000
NSW Police have seized DVDs suspected as stolen or pirated, including copies of the latest Star Wars movie, Episode 3.
May 23 2005 2:23PM
Rural areas get broadband brokers
The federal government has allocated $2.6 million in second-round funding to support a community broadband broker program.
May 19 2005 3:20PM
Symantec acquires XtreamLok
Symantec has acquired Brisbane software company XtreamLok for an undisclosed sum.
May 16 2005 2:06PM
Govt commits to extend broadband
The government has committed $50 million over the next three years, in a bid to help connect people in metropolitan areas who have been unable to access broadband.
May 11 2005 2:48PM
Drive ICT success from the top: study
Effective management of ICT investments was a key factor to success, according to a new Australian study.
Apr 21 2005 3:55PM
Car company breaches Spam Act
The Australian Communications Authority has fined a Melbourne car company for breaching the Spam Act.
Apr 6 2005 2:01PM
IM attacks on the increase
Organisations need to be aware of the security risks associated with instant messaging, according to one security firm.
Mar 23 2005 3:38PM
Police buy robot 'Bob'
WA Police have bought a new high-tech robot, as part of the state's counter-terrorism program.
Mar 22 2005 3:13PM
Police investigate fake IDs
Computer equipment has been seized by Queensland Police, as part of a four-month investigation into fake IDs uncovered at last year's Schoolies festival.
Mar 2 2005 1:41PM
Botnets predicted as major security threat in 2005
Botnets could be one of the major security threats of 2005, according to a security company.
Feb 28 2005 2:45PM
Users wary of Paris Hilton worm
Despite utilising the celebrity status of Paris Hilton, the Sober-K worm doesn't appear to be tricking Australians so far.
Feb 24 2005 3:19PM
Virus writers launch Paris Hilton worm
Users hoping to see x-rated footage of Paris Hilton may get more than they bargained for, with an anti-virus firm warning about worms masquerading as video clips.
Feb 22 2005 2:57PM
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