Haventec has developed eConsent for Genomics, a digital health consent platform that enables patients and healthcare providers to share personal health information.
Cybermerc has announced the launch of a government-funded national cyber threat sharing platform for Australian businesses.
Four Australian e-commerce businesses have voluntarily committed to protecting consumers from unsafe goods by signing the Australian Product Safety Pledge.
CyberCX has launched a Global Security Advisory Board, with Admiral Michael Rogers, former head of the US National Security Agency, as the inaugural appointee.
There has been a 260% increase in attacks using encrypted channels to bypass legacy security controls, according to a report from Zscaler.
A study by Tenable has revealed that Australian business leaders are calling for more cyber visibility, in the face of rising cyber regulations.
UTS and DroneShield have produced an optical system that can detect, identify and track threats such as unmanned aerial systems (USD) carrying explosives.
Strategic Elements subsidiary Stealth Technologies has licensed CSIRO technology that enables robots to work together in teams.
Australian critical infrastructure providers would have to comply with new security obligations under draft legislation now out for consultation.
The ACSC warns that Australians have received phone calls from scammers claiming to be ACSC employees, and that the recipient's computer has been compromised.
Attackers are using Emotet and Trickbot to mount sustained attacks on the healthcare sector in Australia and other markets, the ACSC has warned.
New Zealand has added a new privacy principle to the Privacy Act 2020, which adds new controls on the disclosure of personal information to overseas organisations.
Australian Cyber Week 2020 has commenced, kicking off a series of events that will showcase the capabilities of the Australian cybersecurity sector.
Leading experts from the NSW Government, NIST and the private sector will spearhead the cybersecurity discussion at the Comms Connect Virtual Conference Series.
The US Department of Justice has won an indictment against six Russian military intelligence officials alleged to be state-sponsored hackers.