Australia's eastern states have been hit by an outage on Sunday morning after the country's biggest telecommunications provider Telstra was hit by a massive distributed denial of service.
Global cloud security and content delivery network provider Akamai will set up a "scrubbing centre" in Melbourne later this year, to handle the increasing load of customers and also serve as a back-up for the existing centre in Sydney.
Australian companies are too slow to take the necessary action to mitigate and manage their cyber security risks, according to a newly published report that reveals that cyber crime is expected to cost the world in excess of $6 trillion annually.
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