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This year alone, Australians spent approximately $5.6 billion on cyber security from both local and international providers, with spending expected to increase to $7.6 billion by 2024, according to a new report.
IBM is partnering with the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships Program and the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node in an initiative designed to bolster school students and teachers’ cybersecurity and cloud computing knowledge.
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.
Australia's cyber bureaucracy appears to have been hard at work during the lockdown and has come up with what it calls a Digital Trust Report, the ultimate example of tripe about the cyber security industry, one that offers statistics galore, but with no explanation of how they have been calculated or what use they are.
Queensland is set to strengthen its position in the cyber security sector, with three new Cyber Security Innovation Nodes to be established across the state.
The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network AustCyber has announced its latest investment in industry-led projects, with specialist cyber security education and training company FifthDomain awarded a project to the value of $1.19 million in ongoing efforts to meet the ”skills shortage challenge”.
Australian Cyber Week 2019 has launched with a week-long series of events and activities nationally coordinated by AustCyber – the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network - and with a focus on cybercrime and Australia's growing cyber security sector.
AustCyber’s Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node has been jointly launched by the Federal Minister for industry science and technology Karen Andrews and the ACT Minister for Advanced Technology and Space Industries, Mick Gentleman.
If the technology industry in Australia is serious about the concerns it has expressed over the encryption law that was passed in December last year, then it should come together and make repeal of the law an election issue.
The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network, a government body, has issued a document on what it claims are "key perceptions" about the Australian encryption law — officially known as the Assistance and Access Bill 2018 — among industry stakeholders.
The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network and the Australian Strategic Policy Institute are planning to issue a report that will apparently provide "high-level case studies" of what the government's encryption law means.
Three Australian tech firms have collaborated to build a secure and scalable package for enterprise file synchronisation and sharing systems which are hosted in a secure environment.
Cyber security in Australia is under the microscope at this week’s Cyber Week 2018, with an event at the University of Melbourne on Monday forming part of activities designed to raise young people’s awareness and interest in a career in cyber security.
Twelve of Australia's leading cyber security companies are showing off their wares in the UK this week as part of the Australian British FinTech Cyber Catalyst which is taking place in London from 2 to 5 July.
Australia has launched its first cyber defence competition for high-school students in order to promote cyber security skills.
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