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Could an infosec militia support cyber cops?
AusCERT mulls civilian support for under-resourced police.
May 21 2012 12:54PM
Aussie CREST exams could open by November
Exams hosted in Canberra, AusCERT hears.
May 21 2012 12:49PM
ACT Govt offers phone lock-down to schools
Personal data erased.
May 21 2012 12:14PM
AusCERT2012: ACT targets staff jailbreaks
Personal data nuked.
May 21 2012 11:30AM
AusCERT2012: Locking down Mozilla's Web Apps
Top tips to boost web site security.
May 18 2012 12:22PM
Modems at risk in DNSChanger cut-off
AusCERT delegate urges ISPs to bolster user support.
May 18 2012 12:00PM
AusCERT2012: Calls for real-time drug reporting
Pseudoephedrine blocks not enough.
May 18 2012 11:43AM
Kaspersky defends Aussie data retention plan
AusCERT delegate warns against going 'too far'.
May 18 2012 11:00AM
AusCERT2012: The SC Award winners
AusCERT-SC Awards go off with a bang
May 18 2012 10:38AM
Aussie online banking security costs more than it saves
Online fraud rates don't always justify the investment.
May 18 2012 7:00AM
AusCERT2012: Kaspersky defends data retention, secretive breaches
But privacy paramount to both.
May 17 2012 4:02PM
AusCERT2012: Modems at risk in DNSChanger cut-off
ISPs urged to bolster user support.
May 17 2012 11:11AM
AusCERT2012: The cybercop shop
For Australia's e-crime police, networking is king.
May 17 2012 9:35AM
AusCERT2012: Measuring ROI in fighting bank fraud
Australia's online fraud rates don't always justify the investment
May 17 2012 9:29AM
Inside AusCERT's Cybercrime Symposium
Australia's InfoSec stakeholders rub shoulders.
May 17 2012 9:20AM
Defence contractors stockpile exploits for cyber war
AusCERT warned of global cyber arms race.
May 17 2012 7:00AM
Photos: Inside the AusCERT Hacklabs tank
Hacklabs has turned up to AusCERT with a British M113 armoured personnel carrier.
May 16 2012 4:00PM
AusCERT2012: Fish and chip shops in hacker sights
Credit card info at risk in point-of-sale compromises.
May 16 2012 1:55PM
AusCERT2012: Anti-virus a SCADA kill switch
Can't build Stuxnet? Crack the operating system.
May 16 2012 12:24PM
AusCERT2012: Infosec militia should help cyber cops
Private sector bolsters efforts by under-resourced police.
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