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Attack hijacks traffic from Amazon cloud, used to steal cryptocurrency

Internet traffic bound for Amazon's Route 53 cloud service was hijacked for two hours on Tuesday, using known weaknesses in the border gateway protocol, which is used for routing traffic around the globe.

NetSuite says companies using its platform experience fastest growth

Cloud ERP vendor NetSuite kicked off its annual SuiteWorld conference today, stating on any metric you can find its customers are the fastest-growing in the world today.

VIDEOS: Massive French company Thales impresses with palace of decisive cyber security

Thales, whose name rhymes with Alice, is one of the world's biggest companies, with operations in aerospace, space, transportation, defence, and a major presence in cybersecurity.

Tableau simplifies data preparation, adds subscription tiers

Analytics software provider Tableau has introduced a new data preparation tool called Tableau Prep, and announced new subscription tiers which are claimed to make analytics accessible to wider audiences within its customers.

CA wants more changes to telecoms complaint handling rules

Telecommunications industry lobby group Communications Alliance is not satisfied with the proposed changes to new regulatory rules on the handling of consumer complaints about telecommunications services.

Bluedot raises US$5.5m in Series A funding

Location service platform provider Bluedot Innovation has secured US$5.5 million in Series A funding, with tollway operator Transurban the major contributor with US$4 million.

Beware the energy, telecommunications scams: ACCC

The ACCC has warned of scammers impersonating energy and telecommunications providers and demanding payments in the wake of thousands of fake billing scams costing consumers losses of nearly $8000.

Orangeworm group takes aim at healthcare sector

An attack group named Orangeworm is using a backdoor known as Kwampirs to target Windows machines in the healthcare sector and related industries in the US, Europe and Asia.

Telstra woos cable users with boost in speeds

Telstra has gone all out to secure the loyalty of its half a million cable customers on their standard cable speed tier, giving them — at no additional cost — a boost in maximum download speeds from 30Mbps to a maximum of 50Mbps.

Collaboration critical for OTT video providers, telecoms: report

Intense market competition in the Asia Pacific region means that over-the-top video platform providers, content creators and telecom operators must collaborate to boost revenues and profits of their respective businesses, according to a new report.

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