engineering

Meet Westpac's new technology leaders

Meet Westpac's new technology leaders

Engineering realigned under CTO.
Feb 6 2012 6:40AM
Engineers build climbing robotic gecko

Engineers build climbing robotic gecko

Human-scale adhesive in the works.
Aug 31 2010 1:30PM
Blue Coat stresses need to combat social engineering

Blue Coat stresses need to combat social engineering

User awareness must supplement protections, says firm.
Mar 31 2010 2:22PM
Hackers attempt to dupe NetRegistry customers

Hackers attempt to dupe NetRegistry customers

Attackers try to open new accounts.
Mar 15 2010 12:31PM
Security experts emphasise social engineering risks

Security experts emphasise social engineering risks

F-Secure and Sophos urge greater caution.
Oct 20 2009 11:24AM
Serena Williams meltdown is latest poisoned search attack

Serena Williams meltdown is latest poisoned search attack

Hackers continue to use a tried-and-true tactic to infect internet users: poisoned search results.
Sep 15 2009 11:38AM
Purported malicious CD-ROMs actually part of pen test

Purported malicious CD-ROMs actually part of pen test

A package sent to a US credit union last week containing supposedly malicious CD-ROMs prompted a fraud alert from the US National Credit Union Administration, but it was actually part of a penetration test.
Sep 1 2009 11:39AM
We don't need no education?

We don't need no education?

Advances in information technology have not been matched by advances in user education, as Lisa Myers explains.
Aug 27 2009 4:24PM
Conroy lays out civil engineering interests

Conroy lays out civil engineering interests

Telstra ducts not the only underground path.
Jun 24 2009 2:04PM
Consultant accesses company's data room in social engineering 'attack'

Consultant accesses company's data room in social engineering 'attack'

A company has been hit by a mystery shopper attack where it was the victim of a 'social engineering' exercise.
May 7 2009 10:56AM
Ginos Engineering fined $114,000 for software piracy

Ginos Engineering fined $114,000 for software piracy

A conversation between an IT consultant and reseller has cost an Adelaide engineering firm more than $114,000 in damages for hosting 27 unlicensed copies of Autodesk software on its computers.
Jan 28 2009 2:51PM
IEEE celebrates 125th anniversary

IEEE celebrates 125th anniversary

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is preparing to celebrate its 125th anniversary.
Jan 22 2009 1:57PM
Fujitsu to ‘free cool’ new Perth data centre

Fujitsu to ‘free cool’ new Perth data centre

Fujitsu has revealed further details of a new multi-million dollar data centre to open in Perth in ‘late 2010’, including the free cooling system it will use.
Oct 28 2008 10:50AM
Inside Fujitsu's new tier-3 green data centre

Inside Fujitsu's new tier-3 green data centre

Fujitsu is nearing completion of a new tier-3 multi-floor data centre in Sydney, which will complement its existing facility at North Ryde.
Oct 22 2008 12:23AM
Red Hat launches new Brisbane headquarters

Red Hat launches new Brisbane headquarters

Red Hat has launched a new engineering and support facility in Brisbane to sustain its expanding product line.
Aug 19 2008 5:45PM
Facebook poaches Mozilla engineering chief

Facebook poaches Mozilla engineering chief

Facebook has added further seasoned management talent with the hiring of Mozilla's vice president of engineering Mike Schroepfer.
Jul 30 2008 8:14AM
SANS says reverse engineering of Cisco patches possible

SANS says reverse engineering of Cisco patches possible

Three vulnerabilities in Cisco products are open to exploitation, warned the SANS Internet Storm Center.
May 26 2008 9:57AM
Firms must be alert to social engineering tricks

Firms must be alert to social engineering tricks

IT experts at ISSE show warn firms to step up physical security measures to protect data.
Sep 28 2007 6:58AM
Black hat IPS reverse engineering poses 'serious threat'

Black hat IPS reverse engineering poses 'serious threat'

A recently disclosed Black Hat hacker technique for reverse engineering intrusion prevention system (IPS) data poses a “serious risk” for thousands of enterprises, Gartner has warned.

Aug 14 2007 3:08PM
Internet Engineering Task Force approves DomainKeys Identified Mail anti-phishing technology

Internet Engineering Task Force approves DomainKeys Identified Mail anti-phishing technology

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has approved DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), whose domain-identification technology prevents fraudulent junk emails from reaching users' inboxes.
May 28 2007 10:06AM

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