Half of data held by A/NZ businesses is 'dark'

05 June, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Half of data held by organisations in Australia and New Zealand remains unclassified or untagged, according to research commissioned by Veritas.

More AustCyber Projects funding announced

04 June, 2019

The second round of AustCyber Projects funding has been announced by the federal government.

What limits should there be on tracking in public?

28 May, 2019 by James Andrewartha*

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?

Cloud users considering moving PII back on-premises

28 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Nearly half of organisations that store sensitive customer information in the cloud are considering moving it back in-house due to data security worries.

Microsoft enhances Windows Autopilot

28 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

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.

Fraudsters capitalising on IPv4 address shortage

27 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Fraudsters are capitalising on the dwindling supply of IPv4 address shortages and the strong growth in the secondary market for the valuable addresses.

Aus printer market fell 2.2% in 2018

21 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian printer shipments fell 2.2% in 2018 to 1.84m as a result of reduced demand for both inkjet and laser printers.

Tech Election 2019: The parties' promises Part 2

15 May, 2019 by Chris Herrmann, Director, ITPA | Supplied by: Information Technology Professionals Association (ITPA)

Both major political parties have released more details of their IT, education and cyber policies. Here's our take on what they're offering.

Microsoft's IE Mode for Edge targets enterprise users

14 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Microsoft has revealed plans to introduce an Internet Explorer mode for the in-development Chromium-based Edge browser for enterprise customers.

Mozilla's mea culpa for breaking Firefox

14 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Mozilla has issued an apology and explanation for an incident that prevented add-ons for its Firefox web browser from working.

Bitcoin bounces back above $10,000

13 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

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.

LightNeuron malware grants total control over email

08 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

ESET researchers have discovered a sophisticated malware targeting Microsoft Exchange mail servers that appears to be linked to infamous hacking group Turla.

Citrix attackers lay undetected for 6 months

07 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The attackers that breached the internal Citrix network appear to have used password spraying techniques to gain undetected access, the company said.

MegaCortex ransomware uncovered in Australia

06 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sophos has uncovered multiple cases of a new ransomware named MegaCortex attacking victims in Australia and multiple other markets.

Tech election 2019 — what the parties are promising

01 May, 2019 by Chris Herrmann, Director, ITPA

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.

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