A group of 17 companies and organisations has signed an open letter asking the Australian Government not to promulgate a law forcing technology companies to decrypt secure communications for the purposes of law enforcement.
Twelve of Australia's leading cyber security companies are showing off their wares in the UK this week as part of the Australian British FinTech Cyber Catalyst which is taking place in London from 2 to 5 July.
The head of a small cloud company that was knocked back by the Australian Signals Directorate when it sought to gain Protected cloud status for its offering says the cyber security minister has promised to have the company's case reviewed.
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