The federal government has announced a $1.35bn investment program aimed at enhancing Australia's ability to combat foreign cyber threats.
The Privacy Act 2020 promises to be more proactive and less reactive than its 27-year-old predecessor.
The federal government funding will produce a threat intelligence-sharing network, sector-wide threat modelling and a national cybersecurity forum.
The introduction from 1 July of the new open banking regime will bring with it security risks for consumers and businesses, an expert has warned.
ACCC's Targeting Scams Report uncovers the extent of scams targeting business, with BEC representing the highest losses incurred for any type of scam.
The 'Void' solution detects differences in spectral characteristics between live and recorded human voices.
The latest release has improved functionality and can be accessed by the Australian external territories.
Security company JSOF has uncovered critical security vulnerabilities present in hundreds of millions if not billions of IoT devices.
Australian government departments and industries are being targeted in a cyber attack that the Prime Minister warned appears to be linked to a state actor.
In light of a warning from the Foreign Minister, Responsible Technology Australia says social media should be regulated in the same manner as public health measures.
IBM has pulled out of the facial recognition market following the BLM protests, while Amazon will ban police from using its face recognition tech for a year.
There were 29,000 malicious mobile apps detected in 2020 Q1, up from 14,500 in the same quarter in 2019 according to Upstream.
NAB has signed on 120,000 customers to its VoiceID biometrics authentication service since its launch in November and aims to reach 250,000 by the end of the year.
The Digital Transformation Agency has incorporated new security and accessibility enhancements into the latest version of its COVIDSafe contact tracing app.
Australia's Ambassador for Cyber Affairs has condemned state-backed malicious actors that are seeking to disrupt hospital operations during the COVID-19 crisis.