The price of bitcoin has bounced back above $10,000 for the first time in over nine months, suggesting that the long "crypto winter" is over.
ESET researchers have discovered a sophisticated malware targeting Microsoft Exchange mail servers that appears to be linked to infamous hacking group Turla.
The attackers that breached the internal Citrix network appear to have used password spraying techniques to gain undetected access, the company said.
Sophos has uncovered multiple cases of a new ransomware named MegaCortex attacking victims in Australia and multiple other markets.
In the lead-up to May's federal election, we've cut through the spin, PR and platitudes to provide this overview of the main parties' technology policies.
The 10 May deadline to enter the Guild Insurance $1000 travel voucher competition is almost here. Don't delay — enter today! Exclusive to ITPA members.
IT employers are having to increase their salary offer for seven of every 10 new hires in order to weather the ongoing IT skills shortage.
The Public Sector Women in ICT & Digital Leadership Summit is designed for emerging women leaders.
An industry and research consortium has won a German Data Centre Award for its concept of locating small data centres within wind turbine towers.
Nearly four in 10 Generation Y Australians are now using digital cards on smart devices to make everyday purchases, a new survey suggests.
Imagine the possibility of having goods delivered straight to your doorstep, as soon as you need them.
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.
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