Fox Sports Australia has moved to meet demand for play-by-play sports coverage on high definition (HD) TVs, tablets and smart phones by building a virtual private network enabling the media giant to send three HD broadcast feeds from sporting venues back to the studio over one connection.
Too many Australian enterprises are rushing into the Cloud without asking the right security questions, according to Pierre Tagle of information security and risk management consulting firm Sense of Security.
The annual AusCERT gala dinner and awards is the social highlight of the conference and this year was no exception with winners and their colleagues celebrating into the night. The conference ends today on the Gold Coast.
AusCERT 2012 hit the half way mark today with delegates gathering to hear insights from Internet Systems Consoritum founder, Paul Vixie, and Queensland Police Detective Superintendent, Brian Hay. The conference, which culiminates with the annual AusCERT awards dinner, continues until Friday on the Gold Coast.
Online scammers will continue to target Australian consumers because most victims are too embarrassed to report scams to law enforcement agencies, according to Queensland Police Detective Superintendent, Brian Hay.
Queensland Health Drugs of Dependence Unit (DDU) investigations officer, Rebecca Thompson, has highlighted security flaws within the Australian health system, such as the lack of a photo or PIN on Medicare cards, which is allowing drug addicts to potentially use lost or stolen cards to obtain powerful prescription drugs.
AusCERT always features quality guest speakers and this year was no exception with F-Secure's chief research officer, Mikko Hypponen, and US Army Cyber Command operational attorney, Robert Clark, making the trip to Australia's Gold Coast.
The conference continues until Friday.
The 11th annual information security conference, AusCERT, kicked off on the sunny Gold Coast this week with
exhibitors and delegates gathering for three days of talks and networking. This year's theme, Security on the Move, was interpreted in different ways with one vendor arriving in a tank.
Improved virtualization security protection and network training are needed if Australian enterprises are to avoid potential attacks via the virtual machine (VM) layer in the future, delegates at the AusCERT 2012 conference on the Gold Coast have heard.
Apple has stopped promoting its new iPad as 4G compatible in Australia following an application in the Federal Court in March 2012 by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) over misleading advertisements.
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