A cybersecurity training centre opened in Melbourne's west today to provide future experts with training needed for a successful career in the industry.
Telstra has partially blamed the ongoing economic impact of the nbn for the company's 39.6% decline in profit and 21.7% decrease in ebitda during FY19.
NBN Co has reported a 43% increase in revenue and a swing to a positive ebitda for FY19, the company's busiest rollout year to date.
There might not be a 'silver bullet' to fix the regulatory imbalance between digital platforms and traditional media, but ACCC recommendations should help.
Government access to automated vehicle and C-ITS data could bring significant public benefits, but it also could also drive new privacy challenges.
Berejiklian and UK financial firms met in London to discuss opportunities afforded by the start of open banking in Australia and the Australia–UK Fintech Bridge.
Broadcom and McAfee announced their intent to purchase, or purchase of Symantec and NanoSec respectively, last week, with Symantec going for $10.7 billion.
The ACMA is seeking stakeholder and community feedback to help fine-tune the rules governing nbn migration. Submissions close 5 September 2019.
A new precise satellite positioning system could deliver more than $6 billion to the Australian economy over the next 30 years, a national trial has shown.
A cybersecurity awareness program designed to boost businesses, not-for-profits and seniors' 'cyber smarts' will be held in the NT later this month.
Scams, including the online and social media kinds, are set to cost Australians more than half a billion dollars by the end of 2019, according to the ACCC.
Privacy regulators from Australia, the UK, US, Canada and EU have issued a statement of data protection expectations for Facebook's cryptocurrency project.
ConX Co-Founder and CEO Annie Slattery has taken out the top prize at this year's Australian Women in Tech Pitch event.
Technology companies retain much of their pre-digital structure, strategy and operations. They need digital transformation from the inside out.
Global tablet and smartphone shipments fell in the year to quarter two 2019 (2Q19), according to the International Data Corporation's latest reports.