LandMark White has claimed that the data inadvertently leaked by the property valuation firm and subsequently posted on a ‘darkweb’ forum is “relatively benign”.
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The Australian government believes that an unnamed state actor penetrated the networks of the Liberal, National and Labor parties, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said today.
NBN Co CEO Stephen Rue says the company will conduct a “significant release of optimised HFC premises over the next six months”.
Property valuation firm LandMark White says its decision to yesterday request the ASX pause trading of its shares came as it sought “clarity” around the impact of a data breach on its services.
The operator of an online service dedicated to Greek-language movies and TV series has opposed an attempt by a group of entertainment companies to compel Australian ISPs block access to his site.
A review of Australia’s defence export regime says the government should consider reintroducing a less-restrictive cryptography research permit scheme. However, it falls short of recommending the kinds of changes to defence export controls sought by researchers.
Telstra has blamed on the ongoing impact of the NBN rollout for a 27 per cent drop in net profit after tax for the first six months of its financial year.
The government has introduced a bill that will allow anti-corruption organisations to employ the provisions of controversial legislation intended to mitigate the impact of encryption technology on law enforcement investigations.
Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology will stage a three-month, 1200-kilometre road trip to help assess how automated driving systems cope with lane markings, traffic lights and street signs as well as the limitations of GPS in areas where only a patchy signal is available.
Property valuer LandMark White Limited has blamed an exposed API for the leak of a dataset that included property valuation details and contact information of a range of individuals held by the company.
Senate president Scott Ryan has said that he is “not in a position to provide any information regarding attribution of responsibility” for a security breach involving the parliamentary computing network.
The government has appointed Leidos Australia as the prime system integrator for a project intended to make it easier to search, access and analyse data on the Defence Secret Network (DSN).
New figures released by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission reveal that efforts by NBN Co to promote the take-up of higher speed broadband plans have had an impact, but a significant proportion of households are still opting for the slowest speed tier.
Coles Group will roll out SAP’s S/4HANA ERP platform as part of a drive to optimise its operations.
Calls for largescale wholesale price risk the long-term viability of NBN Co, according to the company’s CEO, Stephen Rue.