Displaying items by tag: Intelligence

Australian listed satellite provider Kleos Space has confirmed that the launch of its second satellite cluster, the Polar Vigilance Mission will take place tomorrow, 29 June.

Published in Space

Qualcomm has announced real-world test results demonstrating that 5G mmWave connectivity speeds on commercial devices is 16 times faster than 5G operating solely in sub-6 GHz frequencies.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The United States has alleged that the Russian security agency known as the Foreign Intelligence Service was responsible for the attack on the supply chain of SolarWinds Orion network management software.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION by Denodo: These days, organisations have a constant stream of data flowing into their virtual walls. From customer information, to sales records, to social media interactions, and marketing reports, the modern enterprise is flooded by data, both structured and unstructured. Advanced and digitally mature organisations utilise that data to enhance their business operations and gain deep insights into fundamental business operations, whereas most organisations only aspire to this, or have barely started on their journeys.

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 23 February 2021 11:22

Macquarie Telecom launches SD-LAN service

Communications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom has launched a new SD-LAN service stimulated by what it says is increased demand from its customers for greater performance, automation and intelligence in Wi-Fi networks, and cloud connectivity.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Our analytics ambitions may have taken a temporary hit, but a cleaner environment brings us closer to realising value

VENDOR NEWS:  When the world embraced data science, it was hooked on the promise of data - or perhaps, more accurately, on the promise of unrealised insights within that data.

Competition agencies from five countries including Australia’s ACCC have signed a new cooperation agreement to better coordinate investigations across international borders and share intelligence, case theories and investigative techniques.

Published in Strategy

Surfware company RipCurl has worked with software behemoth Microsoft to use its hybrid data integration solution Azure Data Factory to handle the extract, transform, load (ETL) processes required to transition from Rip Curl’s previous on-premises platforms to Azure, which houses the company's data warehouse.

Published in Market

The ability of Australia’s enforcement agencies to operate effectively in a digital environment where bad actors have increasingly employed encrypted communications to attempt to conceal their activities from authorities, has been identified by lobby group Communications Alliance as one of the key objectives to be considered in Federal Parliament’s review of amendments to the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act.

Published in Security

Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of China’s Alibaba Group, is partnering with multinational consumer goods company Unilever, in an initiative designed to enable Unilever to action next-generation digital marketing campaigns. 

Published in Deals

Australian Government plans for a facial recognition identification and surveillance scheme are “dangerously overbroad, lack safeguards” and could dramatically alter the freedom of ordinary people going about their daily lives, according to the Human Rights Law Centre.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Global analytics software firm SAS claims it is helping governments improve policy making and security analysis.

Published in Data
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 23:03

Using big data in the fight against slavery

What can one person do to combat the evils of human trafficking? Can we, as technology professionals, use our skills to effect good in the world? The answer is yes, says the Global Emancipation Network.

Published in Data

Samsung has introduced a "new strategy to unify IoT services under SmartThings, in addition to the next-generation Bixby 2.0, and advanced AR capabilities on more Galaxy smartphones".

Published in Development
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 14:30

Monash University wins A$18m for US spy research

Monash University has won an A$18 million research contract to enhance the performance of the US intelligence community.

Published in Development

Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton has started 2017 in much the same way he ended 2016, calling on the Australian Government to institute a new parliamentary inquiry into the Data Retention Act.

Published in Data

Read up - from ransomware to security model trust, from IoT attacks to cybercrime legislation, from secondary victim attacks to the sharing of threat intelligence.

Published in Security

A long range unmanned aerial vehicle drone is being trialled in Australia, delivering a powerful tool in the fight against agriculture’s billion dollar invasive pest problem.

Telstra CEO Andrew Penn has announced that the dominant Australian telco will inject an additional $500 million into upgrading its mobile network over the next two years in his maiden speech as the head of the company. The new investment will bring Telstra’s total mobile network investment to more than $5 billion over the next three years.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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