• More banks join UBS-IBM blockchain effort

    Commerzbank AG, Bank of Montreal, Erste Group Bank AG and CaixaBank SA have joined an initiative launched by UBS Group AG and IBM Corp aimed at building blockchain-based technology to support trade finance transactions.

    11 Oct. 17 09:24 Written by Reuters
  • 15.2 million UK records exposed in Equifax breach

    Credit reporting agency Equifax Inc said on Tuesday that 15.2 million client records in Britain were compromised in the massive cyber attack it disclosed last month, including sensitive information affecting nearly 700,000 consumers.

    11 Oct. 17 09:21 Written by Reuters
  • Symantec scraps government code reviews

    U.S.-based security firm Symantec is no longer allowing governments to review the source code of its software because of fears the agreements would compromise the security of its products, Symantec Chief Executive Greg Clark said in an interview with Reuters.

    11 Oct. 17 09:19 Written by Reuters
  • Micro Focus will curb code reviews by 'high risk' governments

    British tech firm Micro Focus International Plc, the new owner of ArcSight security software, said it would restrict reviews of the core operating instructions in its products by "high-risk" governments, after Reuters reported that the application had been scrutinized by Russia.

    10 Oct. 17 10:40 Written by Reuters
  • National security contractor’s network compromised

    Australia’s cyber security minister Dan Tehan will today reveal details of an attack on an Australian company that has contracting links to national security projects.

    10 Oct. 17 10:32 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • What's new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.17

    Microsoft's September 2017 release of the open source code editor improves source code folding, terminal performance, and support for multiple source code repositories

    10 Oct. 17 07:39 Written by Paul Krill
  • Money laundering claims spark class action against CBA

    A class action has been filed against the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in the wake of Australia’s anti-money-laundering watchdog, AUSTRAC, seeking substantial civil penalties against the bank.

    09 Oct. 17 14:40 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • NT Health seeks CIO after Moo’s departure

    The Northern Territory’s Department of Health has formally begun seeking a new chief information officer after Stephen Moo resigned from the position.

    09 Oct. 17 13:04 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Victoria reveals its first CISO

    The Victorian government has turned to the private sector to recruit its first whole-of-government chief information security officer. The government announced today that it had appointed ANZ’s former senior manager, information and technology risk, John O’Driscoll to the newly created position.

    09 Oct. 17 12:37 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Samsung Portable SSD T5: Built for Working on the Go

    Find out how the Samsung Portable SSD T5 was able to significantly improve the business efficiency of a 3D printing business


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