The Australian Cyber Security Centre tried to censor the content of a talk to be given by the partner of a Sydney legal firm at the CyberCon conference in Melbourne last week, but the organisers backed down at the last minute and the talk went ahead in its original format. The main objection apparently was to the lawyer's statement that Australia's encryption law was similar to laws in China.
Two prominent speakers have had their talks cancelled at the ongoing CyberCon conference in Melbourne, which is organised by the Australian Information Security Association and is the largest cyber security event in the country.
The Australian Parliament was hacked by a group based in Iran, a hitherto unknown security firm has claimed, adding that the Mabna Institute, which was backing the person or people involved, had also been implicated in attacks on the US and other Western countries.
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts
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