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NSW govt building 'copy solution' to boost digital licence acceptance
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NSW govt's first bug bounty program driven by digital licensing push
Expansion sparks up as Dominello channels Marie Kondo.
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NSW drivers stampede to create 600,000 digital licences
Spontaneous mass migration after 'unofficial' launch.
Nov 4 2019 10:43AM
NSW digital driver's licence stalls under load
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RTA kicks off facial recognition project
The NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) will this week commence its rollout of facial recognition technology to assist in proof-of-identification and fraud prevention.
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Unisys scores five-year QLD digital drivers’ licence deal
Queensland Transport will progressively replace three million laminated drivers’ licenses with smartcards that use facial recognition technology supplied by Unisys.
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A group of some 140 Linux developers are calling on hardware vendors to open up their driver code..
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Car-cam saves sleepy drivers
Drivers who doze off or are taken ill at the wheel could be saved by a new system that detects signs of sleepiness or inattention..
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Sat-nav turns drivers into 'kid killers'
Satellite navigation systems "seriously undermine road safety", Dutch academics claimed today..
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AMD opens door to ATI Linux drivers
AMD's ATI division is reversing its open source strategy by offering better open source drivers.
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Drivers need patching too
Hard drives are often overlooked when it comes to patching. But an exploit in this area could be fateful.
Apr 24 2007 10:07AM
Akonix predicts 2007 IM security drivers
Many organisations will face a number of factors in 2007 that will converge together to force them to more fully address their instant messaging (IM) security and compliance practices, predicted the IM security firm Akonix last week.
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Broadcom wireless drivers vulnerable to attack, says Metasploit creator
Just when you thought that spilling a hot cup of latte was all you had to worry about while surfing the web at your local Starbucks - or any public place for that matter - think again: Nearby attackers can now exploit the wireless drivers used in many popular laptops to assume control of your machine, and there is little you can do to stop them.
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Industry Views: Wireless, compliance two drivers of strong investment in IT security
Security remains a key growth area for venture capital investment and shows no sign of slowing down. Although the IPO market may be weak (as it is for nearly all categories of venture investment), mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are on the rise. And many new security companies are being created. Think about these compelling statistics:
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Aussie drivers in internet switch scam
Drivers in New South Wales, Australia, are using the internet to trade demerit points in a bid to keep hold of their driving licences, according to reports.
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