Australian lithium-ion battery manufacturer Energy Renaissance has announced that it will develop a defence-grade cybersecure Battery Management System (BMS) for its superStorage family of batteries that are to be manufactured in Tomago, NSW.
A Republican senator from Ohio has criticised the US Government over taking more than three months to say who was accountable for not stopping the SolarWinds supply chain attack that first came to light in December 2020.
Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to uplift and modernise Defence’s existing and planned future ICT environments.
The Australian Information Industry Association AIIA) says Western Australia has the capacity to move up the rankings in the country’s digital inclusion index and move ahead of third placed NSW in the next 12 months.
Unisys has received funding from the "Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative" to detect when an author has intentionally exaggerated or been deceitful in their writing.
The Australian Government-owned defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, appears to have spent oodles of American money on studies that are virulently anti-China, raising serious doubts over Canberra's claim that it has not picked a side in the battle for supremacy between the two global giants.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Sydney ASX-listed defence tech company DroneShield have produced next-generation drone technology they say will better identify threats from “aggressive” unmanned aerial systems.
A group of Australian sovereign cyber companies are claiming an Australia-first collaboration to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force.
Training and support solutions vendor Pennant Australasia has acquired Brisbane-headquartered software company Absolute Data Group (ADG) as part of its strategy to increase its presence in its target growth markets of Australasia and North America.
Australian coastlines will come under scrutiny from satellites delivering more data and a picture of “hidden” maritime activity with the impending launch of new scouting satellites from space technology operator Kleos Space.
Australian-listed Kleos Space has entered the US market with a wholly-owned US subsidiary to integrate and sell its maritime intelligence data into US defence and security government markets.
Global enterprise cloud security provider Menlo Security is launching into the Australian market following a $110 million (US$75 million) Series D funding round.
Australian fintech innovation hub Stone & Chalk is partnering with the South Australian Government to establish a start-up hub at the Lot Fourteen innovation precinct on the seven-hectare former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.
PhD students from Curtin University in Western Australia will travel to France to collaborate on defence research under a partnership agreement with French research institute Ecole Nationale Superieure de Techniques Avancees, Bretange.
Researchers at the security firm McAfee claim to have found a new threat to companies dealing in the nuclear, defence, energy and financial sectors, which they have named Operation Sharpshooter. It works only on Windows.
Global professional services firm Accenture has opened an innovation hub in Canberra designed to provide defence and national security organisations in Australia and New Zealand with access to the latest technology innovations and digital solutions.
A report by lobby group the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, on sponsored overseas trips made by Australian federal politicians to a number of countries, says that Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei sponsored 12 trips for politicians to visit its headquarters in Shenzhen, making it the biggest corporate sponsor of such trips.
CubeSat nanosatellites developed by the University of New South Wales Canberra Space Centre will provide new ways to enhance Australia’s future Defence space capability by gathering remote sensing information with radios and cameras, according to Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne.
Microsoft's certification as a Protected provider of its Azure Cloud and Office 365 services to the Australian Government has literally come under a cloud, with the Australian Signals Directorate issuing a consumer guide containing a number of fiats about the service.
Defence workers announced they have ‘voted down a wage offer from the Department of Defence that threatened workplace conditions’ that strips relevant workers of key rights.
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