Australia Post will integrate its identity verification technology into the government's Digital Identity Framework, in collaboration with the Digital Transformation Agency.
A report from Australia Post indicates that nearly three-quarters of Australians expect to be able to vote online in the 2019 election, and suggests that the organisation could help the government run a secure e-voting system.
With credit card fraud on the rise, Semafone and SecureCo have partnered to provide telephone payment security to Australian call centres.
Privacy concerns have been raised by Internet Australia (IA) after the federal government called for a radical expansion of its data retention scheme.
Victorian public sector organisations should be wary of the risks involved with using social media to search for information on potential new hires, according to the state's privacy commissioner.
Accenture has agreed to buy Melbourne-based Redcore to expand Accenture Security's capabilities in IAM and security-as-a-service.
Visiting Centrify executive David McNeely believes it is time to address the fact that passwords are the weak link in security, responsible for the majority of data breaches.
NEC Australia has been selected to deliver South Australia Police's (SAPOL) facial recognition system.
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has advised against the use of SMS for two-factor authentication verification, and may disallow the technology altogether in the future.
The government has disclosed that 61 agencies, including federal and state departments, regulatory bodies and even one city council, have requested access to data under the metadata retention scheme.
Once you have decided to implement two-factor authentication, what is the next step? With the multitude of solutions available in the market today, how do you know which is going to be right for your organisation?
KPMG Australia will purchase identity and access management vendor First Point Global as part of wider efforts by the KPMG global network to augment its global security capabilities.
ING DIRECT, one of Australia's largest banks, has successfully rolled out an identity access management system that has dramatically improved turnaround times and efficiency, and decreased risks.
Passwords are a flawed method of maintaining online security and should be replaced with identity management systems, Centrify Regional Manager Derek Morwood has argued.
Having multiple passwords combined with numerous redundant sign-on processes poses both a security risk and a productivity loss for business. A single sign-on system is the answer.