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Vietnamese man jailed for stealing sensitive data from Perth Airport

A Vietnamese man has been jailed for four years by his country's military court after it was found that he had breached security systems at Perth Airport and stolen sensitive information.

TLS private key for Microsoft cloud ERP product leaked

A software developer who found that Microsoft's ERP product Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations exposed its private key to all and sundry was fobbed off by the company who initially told him that it was only accessible by someone who had obtained admin access.

Verizon awards 5G contract to Ericsson

US telecommunications giant Verizon has selected Swedish firm Ericsson to provide networking equipment for its commercial 5G launch.

Optus launches package to improve customer relationships

Australia's second largest telecommunications company, Optus, has expanded the customer experience management solutions offered by its Optus Business division, launching a cloud-hosted package to improve clients' customer relationships.

nib claims Aussie first with health insurance chatbot launch

nib health funds is claiming first mover rights as the first Australian health insurer to introduce artificial intelligence technology and chatbots to assist Aussies with their health insurance inquiries.

Niall King, Centrify

Global security vendor Centrify has warned that the major data breach revelations that have marked the past year would continue in 2018 as organisations struggle to recognise that “unmanaged trust is at the core of their cyber security vulnerability”.

Beware the pre-Xmas online con, says ACCC

The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has warned that scammers could prey on the unsuspecting with pre-Xmas scams, which it says could involve con tricks perpetrated on online shoppers.

Skype, VLC used to spread surveillance software

Popular software packages like Skype and VLC media player (32-bit) for Windows are being used to spread surveillance software which has been christened StrongPity2 by researchers from Slovakian security firm ESET.

Bitcoin fever attracts a regular scourge: malware actors

Malicious attackers are targeting bitcoin investors through an announcement about a bogus trading bot named GunBot which arrives in a spam email.

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