The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has extended its provisional timeline for a decision on whether to allow the merger of TPG and Vodafone Hutchison to go ahead.
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Management of a major biometric identification project by CrimTrac and, later the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC), was “deficient in almost every significant respect,” a report into the project has concluded.
Bosch is the first recipient of a permit under Victoria’s new Automated Driving System (ADS) scheme.
An upgrade to Telstra’s Asia Pacific subsea network will deliver a 160 per cent boost to the telco’s fibre capacity and increase port density by 140. Infinera said that the roll out of its Infinite Capacity Engine 4 (ICE4) will also cut Telstra’s power consumption.
Geoscience Australia has begun a formal process seeking information that will aid its development of a cyber security strategy to protect a new ultra-precise positioning system.
Microsoft has launched a new bug bounty program focused on Azure DevOps Services.
Telstra says that a new ‘continuous connection’ service it is offering on its subsea cable network means that it can swiftly reroute traffic and mitigate the impact of outages in minutes.
Troy Hunt, the operator Have I Been Pwned, has revealed details of what he described as the largest single dump of emails and passwords he has encountered.
The publisher of smash-hit online game Fortnite has closed a trio of serious vulnerabilities unearthed by researchers from security vendor Check Point.
New South Wales’ Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has made 15 recommendations to the state’s Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, including that DFSI strengthen its screening of potential contractors.
An alleged hacker and a group of traders face civil and criminal charges over a scheme to obtain sensitive financial information from a system maintained by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ahead of its release to the market.
Telstra today revealed that it had purchased additional capacity on the New Cross Pacific (NCP) cable as well as undertaken a “further investment” in the FASTER cable system.
NBN Co announced today that it had become the first Australian commercial network operator to join the Open Networking Foundation (Australia’s AARNet is an ONF “collaborator”).
Victorian government employees have been warned about what is believed to be a phone-based social engineering campaign targeting the state’s public sector, possibly ahead of a phishing campaign designed to collect employee credentials.
Optus today said that it had successfully made a 5G data call on 60MHz of its 3.5GHz spectrum.