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Australian blockchain sector makes inroads with formation of Parliamentary Friendship group
The ADCA called for close co-operation between government, regulators and industry in advancing the adoption of blockchain in Australia.
Australian cybersecurity experts now worth a premium as skills shortage bites
"If a company is struggling to find the person they need, they could consider taking on someone with a general IT background and upskilling them."
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The Australian CIO Summit is the premium forum bringing together leading IT professionals with the most renowned solution providers.
Australia - world leaders in FinTech adoption, ahead of U.S & Hong Kong
“Fintech is no longer just an industry with future potential - it is now an industry which is delivering great on-the-ground outcomes."
Singapore & Australia forge partnership to tackle cybersecurity issues
"Singapore and Australia share close bilateral relations and both countries have a shared vision that cybersecurity is an enabler."
Start-ups, FinTech & broadband: Tech features of the Australian Budget 2016-17
The Plan lowers the company tax rate to 25% for businesses that turnover less than AU $10 million annually.
MessageXchange: Australian Govt. sends first ever e-invoice
The new Australian e-invoicing standard has been created through a collaboration between Government and Industry, led by the Digital Business Council.
What do the 457 Visa changes mean for the Australian IT sector?
"Getting the right advice is critical so that those impacted can work out what their options are and to plan ahead."
Why a VPN is essential in Australia after the Metadata Retention Law
Use a VPN to protect yourself from the repercussions of the new data retention laws in Australia.
Fake myGov email & SMS scam asks for pics of passports, driver licences
Security watchdog Stay Safe Online has issued a critical alert to Australians, warning them of a fake email and SMS scam purporting to be from myGov.
MailGuard takes different approach to security awareness by launching 'how to' guide
MailGuard has taken a different approach to cybercrime awareness with the launch of a new book to help leaders understand the problem.
Angus Taylor: Current Govt investing more in tech sector than ever before
"You will always have issues with IT, but how you respond to them is the test."
MyNetFone calls on Aussie govt as telcos refuse virtual mob numbers
“It’s disappointing that innovation like this is being allowed to be stifled."
How Australia’s ‘Essential Eight’ sets the standard for sensitive data protection and breach notification
Globally, more and more jurisdictions are releasing mandates that will have a substantial impact on companies regarding breach notification.
Cybercrime is the ‘new normal’ and organisations must adapt, says RSM Australia
“With the Australian Crime Commission estimating annual direct cost of cyber crime to Australia being in excess of $1 billion, businesses must adapt."
Weekly AU security roundup: The Government, Mimecast, Acronis, ESET and CompTIA
SecurityBrief Australia revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
Govt showcases Australia’s cybersecurity strengths to the world
It’s all hands on deck for the Australian cybersecurity sector, according to the Trade and Investment Commission.
Aus Gov gets serious about late payments, launches national inquiry
“This Inquiry will shine a spotlight on the issue and assist in determining how widespread the problem is."
Kiwi innovation set to benefit from revamped trans-Tasman patent regime
“A modern regime for regulating patent attorneys ensures New Zealand businesses have optimal access to high quality, reliable advice."
Huawei's Innovation Day 2016 triumphs 'brilliance of exploration'
"Huawei promotes extensive collaboration between industry, academic, government & research, which is the basis for creating a healthy ICT ecosystem."
Australian govt at ‘serious’ risk from insiders, cyber security expert says
"Background investigations & security checks only verify past behaviors and activities - they are absolutely useless in predicting future behaviours."
Promapp nabs Frankston Council contract
Frankston City Council in Victoria will deploy Promapp’s cloud-based business process management software.
$14 million boost in supercomputer storage to benefit Australian science
"The expansion provided by this co-investment will see an extra 150 million compute hours become available, alleviating severe supply shortages."
Australian researchers develop graphical modelling for the combat zone
Advanced computing techniques are being used to help the Australian military understand combat situations using modelling & simulations.