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AWS can now carry protected Australian govt data

AWS can now carry protected Australian govt data

Joins Microsoft with certification.
Jan 24 2019 8:23AM
Microsoft points AU govt customers to reserved instances

Microsoft points AU govt customers to reserved instances

To reduce impact of premium on Canberra regions.
Oct 29 2018 11:59AM
Microsoft cuts deal to get more govt into protected Azure

Microsoft cuts deal to get more govt into protected Azure

'Modernisation factory' to be run by Canberra company.
Sep 19 2018 9:52AM
Microsoft gets no special treatment for protected Azure instance

Microsoft gets no special treatment for protected Azure instance

But will meet Australian standard in its own way.
May 23 2018 6:50AM
Defence backs extra security for protected Azure cloud use

Defence backs extra security for protected Azure cloud use

By government agencies.
Apr 13 2018 7:02AM
Microsoft must add 'controls' for protected Aussie govt cloud

Microsoft must add 'controls' for protected Aussie govt cloud

To address "residual risks".
Apr 9 2018 12:10PM
Apple devices pass Defence security check

Apple devices pass Defence security check

Government cleared to use idevices.
Mar 31 2012 2:18PM
Apple devices pass Defence assessment

Apple devices pass Defence assessment

iOS 5 cleared for use in 'protected' and 'unclassified' settings.
Mar 30 2012 3:00PM
Flaw could allow attacker to decrypt protected USB drives

Flaw could allow attacker to decrypt protected USB drives

Affects certain Kingston, SanDisk and Verbatim flash drives.
Jan 7 2010 11:45AM
Mobile devices 'inadequately protected', survey finds

Mobile devices 'inadequately protected', survey finds

IT managers are failing to protect data on corporate mobile devices by not enforcing PIN codes and passwords to protect the data stored on their laptops, PDAs and mobile phones, according to a new study.
Jun 6 2006 11:16AM
CSIA study: Less than a fifth feel protected on internet

CSIA study: Less than a fifth feel protected on internet

Fewer than one in five Americans feel that existing laws are enough to protect them on the internet, a new survey revealed.
May 23 2006 3:38PM

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