Australia’s cyber security research organisation, the Oceania Cyber Security Centre, has called on policy makers, industry and research communities to place a greater emphasis on improving cyber security resilience to protect the national interests of Australia, and its close neighbour states across the Oceania region.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, will vote on a move to give its directors a hefty pay rise at its forthcoming annual general meeting, with the total targeted figure being $580,000.
The Federal Government does not appear to be overly exercised about reports that Cameron Boardman, the former chief executive of auDA, the Australian domain name administrator, faces accusations of falsifying his academic record and then misleading an investigation into it, before he quit the organisation in July.
A member of auDA, the organisation that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has lodged a freedom of information request with the Department of Communications and the Arts over what he claims are membership irregularities, where individuals who were Supply-related were granted Demand Class membership.
In the run-up to the special general meeting to be held by auDA, the Australian domain administrator, on Friday, an analysis of the current membership by one member shows that just four domain name vendors control 70% of those on the rolls.
The Policy Review Panel of the Australian domain administrator, auDA, has raised the hackles of some members by deciding, at an 8 June meeting, to delete past consultations of the panel.
The war of words that has been going on between factions within auDA, the administrator of the Australian domain namespace, will come to a head on 27 July, when the organisation holds a special general meeting called for the express purpose of considering resolutions to get rid of a number of directors.
A member of auDA, the Australian organisation that administers the .au namespace, claims that the membership of the organisation is now dominated by foreigners after 900 employees of several registrars were signed up.
Some members of auDA, the administrator of the Australian domain namespace, who have petitioned for the removal of a number of the organisation's board members at a forthcoming special general meeting, claim that the fight between the two factions in the organisation is one between lawyers.
The transfer of the .au namespace to a new registry and national domain name infrastructure run by Afilias Australia has been completed on the first day of the new financial year.
The directors of the au Domain Administration, the body responsible for the au namespace, have moved to shield chief executive Cameron Boardman, by agreeing not to allow a resolution calling for him to step down at a forthcoming special general meeting to be considered.
The au Domain Administration, the body that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has gone ahead and registered two major direct domain names, despite deciding in the wake of an April government review that direct .au registrations would be put off to the second half of 2019 at the earliest.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation administers the Australian domain namespace, has appointed three new directors from the demand class to its board.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administer Australia's domain namespace, has been granted an extension by the Federal Court to hold a special general meeting requested by some dissatisfied members who are seeking to oust the chief executive and three directors.
The Federal Court of Australia will hear an application from the au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, for holding a special general meeting, requested by some members, along with the its annual general meeting.
The board of the au Domain Administration, the body that administers the Australian domain namespace, has threatened legal action if members do not agree to hold a special meeting requested by some to push for the ouster of four officials, at the same time as the annual general meeting.
The man leading the push for the resignation of auDA chief executive Cameron Boardman and three directors of the organisation, including board chair Chris Leptos, claims the main issue facing auDA, the change of domains to .au, "looms over our heads like an approaching storm".
A federal government review into the au Domain Administration, the organisation administering the Australian domain namespace, has found that auDA will need to undertake significant changes if it wishes to continue in its role.
A decision by auDA, the body responsible for the .au namespace, to change domains from .com.au to .au has riled members of the organisation to such an extent that they are now calling for the chief executive and three board members to resign.
The world’s second largest domain name registry, Afilias, has been appointed to provide registry services for the .au domain as part of auDA’s Registry Transformation Project.
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