A newly uncovered worm seeks to exploit the recently disclosed vulnerability in Exim, the platform that is used by well over half of the world's email servers.
Large amounts of mobile traffic bound for European mobile networks was inadvertently routed through China for more than two hours recently.
Agility Robotics' humanoid robot, Digit, is stepping out of the lab and into the world, and some day, it might just end up at your door.
Users of outdated and obsolete versions of Windows have been urged to patch against the critical BlueKeep vulnerability, with “potentially millions of networks” at risk.
Cloud security company Qualys has discovered a new vulnerability in the Exim mail transfer agent that allows root-level local and remote command execution.
Google has attributed an outage impacting access to Google services to a configuration change that was inadvertently applied more broadly than planned.
Half of data held by organisations in Australia and New Zealand remains unclassified or untagged, according to research commissioned by Veritas.
The second round of AustCyber Projects funding has been announced by the federal government.
Microsoft has introduced enhancements to its Windows Autopilot solution, including a white glove mode that will allow devices to be ready for use within minutes.
Nearly half of organisations that store sensitive customer information in the cloud are considering moving it back in-house due to data security worries.
Tracking via facial recognition, Wi-Fi and other means is spreading. As IT professionals, what should we do if or until these technologies are regulated?
Fraudsters are capitalising on the dwindling supply of IPv4 address shortages and the strong growth in the secondary market for the valuable addresses.
Job prospects in Australia's growing ICT sector remain strong — but only in emerging sectors such as cybersecurity and robotics.
Australian printer shipments fell 2.2% in 2018 to 1.84m as a result of reduced demand for both inkjet and laser printers.
Both major political parties have released more details of their IT, education and cyber policies. Here's our take on what they're offering.
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