Education software and services provider Tribal Group has appointed Peter Croft as its Asia Pacific managing director.
Security vendor Check Point Software Technologies has appointed David De Laine as regional managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
Huge customer data leaks are becoming all too common and the latest victim is Japan Airlines, which has confirmed up to 750,000 JAL miles club members have had their personal information stolen.
It’s no big secret that Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and a huge increase in data security concerns are presenting fresh challenges for Australian businesses, but what might be more secret is the fact that security breaches are more likely to originate from employees inside a company rather than from outside organisations.
Over one third of Australian businesses are in the dark about amendments to the Privacy Act which are due to come into effect March 2014, new research shows.
Australian small, medium and large businesses are slow to implement social media policies, and are fearful of social media, two different studies claim.
Clearswift Global Security Report highlights need to bring IT security policies out of the shadows
Australian office workers say they are working harder and longer, with many of them regularly taking work home. But there's a slight trade-off, with employers becoming more relaxed about the use of social networking tools at work.
Dud Swans? Wasn’t Swan one of your colleagues once?
If the Government and State Governments were fair dinkum they would be using existing legislation to protect children on line.In[…]
https://uploads.disquscdn.c... This is rubbish, I respect ITNEWS and I would love to see opinion pieces labeled as opinions.... this is[…]
My head is spinning. Did the Feds just gift Telstra a couple bill to buy a business?
Great news & well done Joe & Gary!Defence businesses, not just candidates can also use DISP members to help with[…]