West Australia’s Office of the Government CIO has identified a “significant” cyber security skills gap in the state’s public sector.
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IAG is preparing for its previously mooted consolidation of its core policy and claims platforms that will see the insurer migrate from 32 to systems to two.
Labor’s broadband spokesperson, Michelle Rowland, has accused the government of suppressing unflattering information about the NBN, citing its refusal to release redacted portions of the 2013 strategic review into the National Broadband Network.
Nokia and Vodafone have teamed up for a proposal that would see them roll out 4G across Melbourne’s train system.
The University of Western Australia has created a new chief digital and information officer (CDIO) position to replace its existing CIO role as part of a broader restructure process at UWA.
The current Universal Service Obligation under which Telstra receives a subsidy to ensure every Australian has access to basic telephony services is “anachronistic and needs to change,” argues a draft report released by the Productivity Commission.
The National Tertiary Education Union estimates that the equivalent of up to 170 full-time IT employees at UNSW could lose their jobs under proposals being considered by the university’s administration that would see the outsourcing of commodity tech services.
The South Australian government has requested that the auditor-general, Grant Hehir, conduct an “urgent investigation” into the latest funding round of the federal mobile black-spot program.
Telstra has recruited Robyn Denholm to be its new chief operations officer, replacing Kate McKenzie.
Former Atlassian security head Craig Davies has been appointed CEO of the government’s new Cyber Security Growth Centre.
An investigation by Cable Consulting International into the outage of the Basslink interconnector has not been able to identify the cause of the fault.
A group of security researchers who exposed flaws in the de-identification of government health data has called for changes to a proposed law that would criminalise re-identification.
Logistics company Linfox has appointed Conrad Harvey to the role of chief information officer, its CEO has confirmed.
The federal government hopes that a new telecommunications procurement panel will help departments minimise the costs of a range of telco services including Internet access.
The federal government’s allocation of funding in the second round of the mobile black-spot program has drawn criticism from both Labor and Vodafone.
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