Researchers, including a member of CSIRO's Data61, have uncovered a new vulnerability in newer Intel processors that can theoretically bypass Meltdown fixes.
nbn co has announced that it has finally begun enabling DOCSIS 3.1 on its HFC network as it restarts HFC activations in the coming months.
The federal government needs to think again about My Health Record and address community and security concerns, says the ITPA's Robert Hudson.
Macquarie Telecom will outlay approximately $75–80 million to expand its Macquarie Park Intellicentre IC3 capacity to 43 MW.
A record 400+ students are expected to participate in the upcoming Cyber Security Challenge Australia, competing to compromise or defend a fictional target.
Security experts agree that the first full quarter of Notifiable Data Breach statistics highlights the need for more action on protecting sensitive data.
Employment and other opportunities in cybersecurity have been explored during Cyber Week at the University of Melbourne.
The ITPA has teamed up with longstanding IT media channel Technology Decisions to help promote and grow the IT sector in Australia.
Artificial intelligence that tracks eye movement is being using to predict personality types.
A government funding program has been launched to help start-ups in Western Sydney get ahead.
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