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Displaying items by tag: National Security

The United Kingdom has announced that it is looking afresh at the proposed deal between GPU vendor NVIDIA and CPU specialist ARM, with the former to buy the latter for US$40 billion (A$51.5 billion), on the grounds of national security.

Published in Security

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.

Published in Business IT

Whenever FireEye, the cyber security firm that just had its crown jewels compromised, publishes a report on some activity by malicious attackers, it always issues a judgment on where they come from – with high confidence most of the time.

Published in Open Sauce

Competitiveness, national security, access to services and the efficient deployment of new networks and technologies are among the priorities outlined by the Federal Gvernment in its statement of expecations given to the competition regulator, the ACCC, as part of the Commission’s oversight of Australia’s telecommunications industry.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

In a clear case of the pot calling the kettle black, former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is investing in a security company known as Kasada which has taken money from In-Q-Tel, the investment arm of the CIA, is calling for former Independent senator Nick Xenophon to enter his name on Australia's foreign influence register because he is offering legal advice to Chinese firm Huawei.

Published in Open Sauce

The US Department of Commerce says it will issue licences to Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies for buying American products "where there is no threat to US national security".

Published in Government Tech Policy

China has told Australia that its restrictions on 5G technology are discriminatory and likely to have broken global trade rules drafted by the World Trade Organisation.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A rushed report from the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has made 17 recommendations for amendments to the government's encryption bill which is expected to be pushed through Parliament on Thursday.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The US Federal Communications Commission has unveiled a formal plan to block subsidies to Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE for gear supplied to rural and small carriers.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Data and analytics firm GlobalData has analysed the data on Huawei and ZTE's US troubles, and has some serious suggestions on how they might crack the US market.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Macquarie Telecom has been sanctioned by the Australian Communications and Media Authority for contravening the Telecommunications Act and failing to upload customer data for some of its landline and mobile services to the Integrated Public Number Database (IPND).

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Digital freedoms and rights group Electronic Frontiers Australia has slammed the appointment of Tasmanian MP Andrew Nikolic as Chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, saying he has an “apparent disdain” for civil liberties.

Published in Security

Systems integrator and IT services company Ajilon, crisis communications company AtHoc and integrated multi-sensor analytics provider iOmniscent have come together with Microsoft to develop solutions designed to reduce crime, decrease costs and improve operational effectiveness for Australian cities.

Published in Market

COMMENT: The Australian government may be starting to realise that their copyright and data retention policies are on a collision course. Officials within Attorney General's were advised of this years ago, but perhaps the point should have been made more incisively, or maybe internal agendas got in the way.

Published in Technology Regulation
A draft bill introduced by two US Senators seeks to give President Obama a second big red button: one that could nuke American Internet connectivity during a 'cybersecurity emergency' in the interests of national security.

The Los Alamos National Laboratory is one of those secret squirrel national security research outfits the United States loves so much. It covers the little stuff like the safety and reliability of the nuclear deterrent. You might think it would be able to secure itself properly then...

Published in Home Tech

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