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Australian advanced machine learning company Trellis Data has successfully delivered a claimed world-first machine learning system alongside the Department of Agriculture designed to improve the nation’s biosecurity measures.

Published in Security

This is part three of a three part video series and discussion on Australia's cybersecurity legislation, looking at the Federal Australian Government’s mandatory data retention laws. 

Published in Technology Regulation

This is Part 2 of a three part discussion on Australia's cybersecurity legislation, looking at how the Federal Australian Government’s proposed changes to our surveillance laws took everyone by surprise - and what happens next.

Published in Technology Regulation

The first in a three part discussion on Australia's cybersecurity legislation covering changes to critical infrastructure laws, surveillance laws and mandatory data retention laws has been published by Peter Coroneos, the International Vice President of CyAN, the Cybersecurity Advisors Network.

Published in Technology Regulation

Software from surveillance firm Circles, that can be used to exploit weaknesses in the global mobile system and snoop on calls, texts and locations, is likely being used by Australia among a number of other countries, The Citizen Lab, a digital rights watchdog at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, claims.

Published in Security

Software behemoth Microsoft has slipped under the radar while other companies like Facebook have been criticised for hate speech, but the Redmond firm is up to its neck in providing services to law enforcement based on its cloud and other platforms.

Published in Security

VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT. According to latest research from its video surveillance and analytics intelligence service Omdia (Informa), Genetec Inc. (“Genetec”), a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, continues to build its position as the world’s number one developer of video surveillance software with a widening share of the market. Overall, Genetec grew at three times the pace of the market and demonstrated the fastest growth of all leading* software companies across all geographies (based on Omdia reported 2018 and 2019 data).

Published in Security

Developed by customers for customers, the Honeywell User Group (HUG) event gave attendees an opportunity to learn about new technologies, project implementations and industry trends, and the media briefing session can be seen in full below.

Published in Development
Monday, 23 September 2019 05:59

Sydney among top 20 cities for surveillance cameras

Cities around the world are increasing surveillance of their residents, with the number of cameras that look down on the public growing by leaps and bounds, a survey has found. Sydney is the 15th most surveilled city globally, with 60,000 cameras for 4.85 million people, meaning that there are 12.35 cameras for every 1000 people, the British website Comparitech claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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
Thursday, 13 June 2019 11:30

New D-Link surveillance cameras

D-Link ANZ has announced two new 5-megapixel outdoor surveillance cameras, both of which are available now.

Published in Security

India has stepped up its surveillance of computers within the country's borders, authorising 10 government agencies to intercept and monitor information from any device.

Published in Security

Capitalising on the royal colour purple is Western Digital, whose new Purple MicroSD card is "purpose-built" for surveillance-class, "trusted, 24/7, next-gen video capture".

Samples of Remote Control System, the surveillance tool sold by the Italian outfit Hacking Team until it was hacked in 2015, have surfaced and been noticed in 14 countries, the Slovakian security firm ESET claims.

Published in Security

A survey that covered 10 cities in the Americas, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region has revealed that residents of Sydney are strongly against 24-hour surveillance, except when it comes to airports.

Published in Technology Regulation
Friday, 18 November 2016 11:36

Britain passes sweeping surveillance laws

Britain has passed a sweeping set of surveillance laws that have been in the pipeline since 2012, introduced by the current Prime Minister Theresa May when she held the home portfolio.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 13 September 2016 09:09

With Maps or not, Google tracks users' locations

Google is able to keep tracking the location of an Android user no matter if the individual has deleted Google Maps from the device he or she is using or not.

Published in Mobility

Promising a "lower total cost of ownership" with its "integrated open platform security solution", Panasonic promises "Video Insight Video Management Software" that integrates "powerful features, hardware optimisation and cost efficiency in one robust system".

Published in Enterprise Solutions
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