The US National Telecommunications and Information Administration plans to let its contract with ICANN expire on 1 October as part of its longstanding commitment to privatise the internet's domain name system
Rather than making information security the responsibility of the IT department, organisations should consider making it an executive-level priority.
NetComm Wireless CEO David Stewart was awarded the highest honour at the 10th Annual Communications Alliance ACOMM Awards Dinner.
Canon Australia has released the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i series of colour, A3, multifunctional devices with intelligent document workflows.
Now that the Coalition has been declared the winner of the 2016 election, the AIIA has urged the Turnbull government to expand its efforts to foster the digital transformation of the Australian economy.
While 81% of senior business decision-makers in ANZ expect digital transformation to play a key role in their market, only 50% have a transformation strategy in place, a survey suggests.
Two prominent Australians will be among 15 elected individuals to hold a place on the international ISACA board during 2016–17.
Enterprises need to put systems in place to maintain a secure regime of information governance when collaborating with external organisations.
Michael Brown steps down as Symantec's head, the ACCC releases NBN wholesale market report, and the Productivity Commission wants patent and copyright changes.
Former iiNet CEO Michael Malone will step into a new three-year role as a director on nbn's board.
ATP Innovations has announced it has filled its newly vacated CEO role with its director of strategy and business development, Petra Andren.
ICAC rules that a former TAFE NSW ICT manager engaged in corrupt conduct, Palo Alto highlights first functional OS X ransomware, and Sony recalls batteries due to overheating concerns.
Cybersecurity experts have gathered at the ANU for a conference aimed at exploring the future of the internet and the threats nation state policies pose to its fundamental freedom and openness.
Australian IT professionals nearly universally support rules requiring organisations to disclose data breaches within 30 days of their discovery, according to ISACA.
Queensland's lawsuit against IBM thrown out, regulators want to fine Toshiba $82m over accounting violations, and controlling a car with your mind.