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Artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) will become mainstream in 2021, going from theory to practice for many organisations, according to a new enterprise predictions report by Juniper Networks.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 25 November 2020 21:37

What will 2021 deliver for cybersecurity in Australia?

GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, sales engineer manager – APAC for Barracuda: If anyone had predicted half the things that happened in 2020, we should be paying them a lot to give us predictions for 2021! Going into 2021, we should expect many of the key cybersecurity trends from this year to continue in Australia. 

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 15 July 2020 15:05

How Hackers Can Abuse Contact Tracing Apps

By ProPrivacy

VENDOR PROMOTION Contact tracing apps could do a lot of good, but not if hackers get in the way. Here’s a quick list of three ways cybercriminals can abuse these apps.

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 15 July 2020 13:56

How Hackers Can Abuse Contact Tracing Apps

VENDOR PROMOTION Contact tracing apps could do a lot of good, but not if hackers get in the way. Here’s a quick list of three ways cybercriminals can abuse these apps.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 22:14

COVIDSafe app: much ado about nothing after all

After all is said and done, the only organisation to gain from the development of the COVIDSafe contact-tracing app in Australia will be the cloud company AWS that earned about $710,000 for hosting the data collected.

Published in Open Sauce

Data collected by the COVIDSafe app will be destroyed after the pandemic is declared over in Australia, and only the states and territories will be able to release data to show if the app was an effective tool in combatting the pandemic.

Published in Health

ICT industry executive and former Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton says the Australian Government’s planned introduction of a coronavirus contact-tracing app poses the potential for the illegal or inappropriate use of people’s personal information, and the prospect of “catastrophic” accidents.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The leader of the team that developed TraceTogether, a Singapore Government app for tracing coronavirus contacts, has cautioned that any app using technology alone for a contact tracing system would be of no use unless those in charge of it were working with public health authorities right from the start.

Published in Health

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