Rule changes governing the .eu top level domain could lead to a number of UK organisations losing their domains in the event of a no-deal Brexit this month.
Collaboration between IT and risk management teams could help businesses most effectively use and protect their technology, according to a new white paper.
The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner has released an e-book covering the implications of using AI for government services.
The OAIC has made embedding and enforcing strong privacy safeguards in the Consumer Data Right a key focus in its Corporate Plan for 2019–20.
The ACMA is seeking stakeholder and community feedback to help fine-tune the rules governing nbn migration. Submissions close 5 September 2019.
A lack of standards is preventing consumers from accessing personal data collected by social media, online searches, telcos and fitness trackers.
Global experts met in Canberra last week to discuss ethics around military use of AI-based weapons systems, business management and decision support tools.
Three-quarters of Australians are worried about laws making it easier for the government agencies to gain access their private data, according to a new poll.
Australia's .au domain administrator auDA is reconstituting its board as a result of a scathing government review into its operations.
Standards Australia is seeking feedback on a proposal to develop artificial intelligence (AI) implementation standards and what they should entail.
Australian IT administrators report being frustrated by network and other issues, and just over a third feel there is a lack of appreciation for what they do.
The ACMA has formally warned 11 telcos for failing to tell new customers they do not offer priority assistance (PA) services.
ISACA has launched a new audit program to support IT auditors in their assessments of Amazon Web Services (AWS) deployments.
The National Cyber Security Adviser and head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre, Alastair MacGibbon, will return to the private sector at the end of the month.
Politicians are calling on social media outlets to take action against those spreading violent hate speech. They could start by banning anonymous posts.