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Australia's new communications minister, Senator Mitch Fifield, has repeated prime minister Malcolm Turnbull's claim that the roll out of the National Broadband Network is "technology agnostic" under the Coalition government.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appointed Senator Mitch Fifield to the communications portfolio as part of the new-look Coalition ministry.
Internet Australia has called on prime minister-designate Malcolm Turnbull to "fast-track" construction of the National Broadband Network.
Malcolm Turnbull has made the leap from the communications portfolio to prime minister.
Malcolm Turnbull has stepped down as communications minister to challenge Prime Minister Tony Abbott for the leadership of the Liberal Party.
Late last month, the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) released its first public report. Titled "Threat Report", the forward begins with the ominous statement, "The cyber threat to Australian organisations is undeniable, unrelenting and continues to grow". You have been warned!
The government's calendar of proposed legislation for the spring sittings of parliament indicates that it wants to introduce and pass before the end of the year a controversial bill intended to boost the security of telco infrastructure.
Internet Australia has joined representatives of the telecommunications and ICT industries in condemning a draft bill the government says is intended to boost the security of Australia's telco infrastructure.
There is a "huge" opportunity for Australia to transform how government services are delivered, according to Paul Shetler, the recently appointed head of the Digital Transformation Office.
Representatives of the telecommunications industry have flatly rejected as regulatory over-reach a government scheme intended to boost infrastructure security.
Australians conduct approximately 800 million transactions with federal or state government departments every year, with 40 per cent of these transactions still completed via phone or post according to a new Deloitte report.
Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull says he understands industry concern about the government's proposed Telecommunications Sector Security Reforms.
NBN (the government-owned company formerly known as NBN Co) has hit its target for the number of premises able to order services on the NBN (the National Broadband Network, not the company).
The government's Digital Transformation Office will be led by Paul Shetler.
The government has progressed long-mooted reforms that will compel the telecommunications industry to take steps to protect network infrastructure.
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