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Facebook Australia has announced the expansion of its Local Alerts product to all eligible state and territory health, police and lead central government Facebook Pages.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 16 December 2020 17:02

AWS brings Project Resilience to ANZ

AWS has extended its Project Resilience to Australia and New Zealand, offering up to US$5,000 in AWS credits to certain organisations to help them prepare for disasters.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

Young people are reporting the highest losses to threat-based scams, with Australians having lost over $8.8 million to the scams so far this year, and people aged 24 and under reporting losing more than $4.1 million to the scams.

Published in Security

The Victoria Police do not rate highly among the citizens of the state when it comes to honesty or ethical standards, a survey by the well-known pollster Roy Morgan has found.

Published in Market

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission is working with police and taking a range of actions following the theft of computer equipment belonging to an external provider.

Published in Security

Motorola Solutions has joined Fortem Australia, a new community-based organisation focussed on the health and wellbeing of Australia’s 300,000-plus first responders.

Published in Strategy

Australia’s police forces expect that they will need new digital skills to be effective in their roles over the next three to five years, according to a newly published survey.

Published in Strategy

Apple is in the process of creating an online tool for law enforcement officers to make formal demands for data about its users, a report claims.

Published in Security

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

Published in Data

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

Thousands of police officers in Victoria are being equipped with iPad minis and iPhones with a mobile app from the Motorola-owned app developer Gridstone.

Published in Deals

The Queensland Police Service's Taskforce Argos has refused to comment on allegations made by an American technology news website that its members hacked into computers of Americans who were part of a child pornography ring on the dark web, in a bid to identify their actual IP addresses.

Published in Security
Monday, 01 August 2016 10:55

NEC secures $780,000 contract with SA police

NEC has won a $780,000 contract to supply facial recognition software to the South Australian police force.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 21 January 2016 20:09

Tasmania calls on Ericsson in an emergency

The Tasmanian Department for Police and Emergency Management has selected Ericsson to manage the Trunk Mobile Radio Network (TMRN), the state’s mission-critical emergency services radio network, for the next four years.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 17 September 2015 12:44

Fujitsu on the beat with video solution for NSW Police

Fujitsu has been contracted by the NSW Police Force to supply a fully self-contained Body Worn Video solution that will improve the ability of field officers to collect evidence and streamline administrative processes.

Published in Market
Monday, 27 April 2015 00:01

Drivers with Apple Watch: next police target?

Users of smartwatches from Apple, Google, Microsoft and others while driving a car might find themselves the subject of police attention if caught using wearables devices.

Published in Mobility

Aussie company m-View has secured distribution deal for the US ‘Fire Cam’ ruggedised wearable camera with trials for live video streaming and recording to police and emergency services

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 10:46

Trend Micro and INTERPOL team up against cybercrime

Security software and solutions firm Trend Micro has announced a three-year agreement with INTERPOL that will see it provide tools, training and human resources to the international police organisation and its 190 member countries.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 13:55

Turnbull announces Triple Zero review

Australians in emergency situations could soon be using Triple Zero in a whole new way, with Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing a review into the system and how it could be better used to take advantage of modern mobile technologies.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia's cyber citizens have been relatively quiet amid the NSA snooping scandals that have engulfed pretty much every country across the globe - and it might just be time for them to do something.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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