Forecast savings and the ability to scale up storage requirements as required has led Australian law firm, Freehills, to host its e-discovery application at one of Fujitsu’s New South Wales-based data centres.
Holograms of events could be projected from one stadium to another at the 2024 Olympic Games as the holographic technology continues to develop, according to a new report authored by experts from the IT and sporting industries.
Acting Victorian Privacy Commissioner, Doctor Anthony Bendall, is investigating an error with receipts from Myki public transport ticketing machines in Melbourne where receipts show the customer’s name and credit card details.
The Australian Institute of Business Brokers (AIBB) has denied reports that encrypted passwords belonging to 250 of its members were posted online. Hacktivist group Anonymous is claiming responsibility for posting the passwords.
Gas, electricity, water and transport systems controlled by Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are vulnerable to malware infection because of a lack of PC patching and anti-virus programs, according to a security expert.
Federal Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, has issued a `please explain’ email to Google Australia after the search engine giant revealed in an email to Pilgrim that it still has a portion of data collected from unsecured Wi-Fi networks in Australia by Street View vehicles during 2010.
Enterprises are too focused on meeting security standards such as payment card industry (PCI) compliance rather than implementing configuration management, business resumption and fault tolerance, according to a security expert.
Victoria Minister for Technology, Gordon Rich-Phillips, was on hand to open Metronode’s second Melbourne-based data centre, M2, in the suburb of Derrimut this week.
The Tier III facility has a power utilisation efficiency (PUE) of less than 1.2 and is 25,000 square metres in size.
International card provider, Visa, has confirmed that it will be introducing card security chip technology Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) on its cards and upgrading automatic teller machines (ATMs) to be EMV capable by April 2013.
Day two of the Cyber Security Summit 2012 in Sydney began with the topic of why traditional security is wrong.
This theme continued during the day with discussions on the merits of security messaging and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). The Summit concludes on Friday.
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