Nearly four in 10 Generation Y Australians are now using digital cards on smart devices to make everyday purchases, a new survey suggests.
The Australian IT spending market is on track to grow 3% in 2019 despite expected declines in spending on devices and data centre systems.
The new North Korean Trojan linked to notorious North Korean hacking group Lazarus is able to disguise itself with valid public SSL certificates.
The nbn, the Assistance and Access Bill, the new social media streaming law — Australia's 'make it up as you go along' IT policy landscape keeps getting worse.
Microsoft has patched two vulnerabilities affecting all supported Windows versions that could allow attackers to gain full control of compromised systems.
The Australian networking infrastructure market stagnated with just 0.81% growth in 2018, due to lower spending in the router and wireless LAN segments.
Cloud honeypots on AWS servers set up by Sophos for research into cyber attacks were on average attacked within just 40 minutes of going live.
As the ACCC pressures NBN Co to lift the affordability of basic nbn services, telcos are calling on the company to consider the opportunities afforded by 5G.
The consortium behind the Southern Cross Cable Network has contracted Alcatel Submarine Networks to supply the 72 Tbps Southern Cross NEXT subsea cable.
Australia is the fifth most targeted country in the world with credential stuffing attacks against online streaming services, research from Akamai indicates.
A national consultation about the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI) has been welcomed by CSIRO.
Nine in 10 critical infrastructure providers have been damaged by a cyber attack in the last two years, with half experiencing downtime from an attack.
Bill Shorten's focus on R&D and emerging industry sectors in his Budget reply is a welcome response for a beleaguered industry, according to StartupAUS.
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Like any tool, social media itself has no agenda or bias and is not the root cause of the problems we're seeing, says ITPA's Robert Hudson.
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