Enterprise solutions developer Shine Solutions Group has begun operating in Canberra and has appointed Steven Bridle as general manager of public sector consulting.
IT professional services provider FinXL has appointed Jodine Bishop as group regional manager for its Canberra business.
TAFE South Australia is offering a new certificate 1V in cyber security from October this year, joining the Box Hill Institute, Canberra Institute of Technology and TAFEs in NSW, QLD and WA, in offering such courses.
Technology companies normally occupy the top ranks in many areas of business, including dodging taxes, but this time they appear to have been beaten by the oil company ExxonMobil.
Data analysis by British multinational defence, security, and aerospace company BAe Systems has produced what the company claims are the six most common profiles of people involved in money laundering around the globe.
BT has appointed Rajiv Shah as its director for government cyber security in Australasia.
The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act (Cwth) 2006 placed strict governance rules on the financial sector, gambling sector, bullion dealers and other professionals or businesses that provide services covered by the Act. It looks like that may be extended even further.
Cyber attackers are increasingly using their target organisation’s supply chain as a route to attack them and access their data or internal systems.
Scientists say they have taken away valuable lessons from the latest trial of the joint Australia-US Hypersonic International Flight Research Experimentation (HIFiRE) program conducted recently at the Andøya Rocket Range in Norway.
Lockheed Martin has appointed Christine Zeitz as vice president & managing director of its technology business in the Australia-Asia region.
The chickens look like they are coming home to roost in 2015 for those businesses and organisations which have invested their money in Big Data technologies.
UK-based global defence and security services provider BAE Systems has appointed a new chief of its Applied Intelligence business ahead of a restructure of the business.
UK defence equipment maker, BAE Systems, says RAF fighter jets have flown for the first time using metal components parts produced using 3D printer technology.
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