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Some serious news on effective Covid-19 vaccinations helped push up Australian executive employment opportunities this month by 13%, according to Grant Montgomery, managing director of executive search firm, E.L Consult.

Published in Recruitment

The US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning on Tuesday that Russia may try to "sow discord, distract, shape public sentiment, and undermine trust in Western democratic institutions" in the run-up to the presidential elections which are now four weeks away.

Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 09:01

Facebook to use snail mail to verify US election ads

Despite all the talk about using artificial intelligence and machine learning in future, social media giant Facebook says it will take recourse to snail mail in order to verify that its next lot of election advertisements actually originate in the US.

Published in Technology Regulation

The FBI has interviewed a number of employees of security firm Kaspersky Lab, in a bid to find out more about the company's operations as part of a counter-intelligence probe.

Published in Technology Regulation

Kaspersky Lab may have been targeted by the US government as part of retaliatory measures taken by the Obama administration after it allegedly discovered that Russia had made plans to influence the 2016 US elections.

Published in Security

A top-secret NSA report claims that Russian military intelligence carried out a cyber attack on a US voting software supplier and sent phishing emails to 100 local election officials shortly before the US presidential elections in 2016.

Published in Security
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A positive outlook for employment in the Australian IT industry is forecast for the last quarter of this year to the end of December, with a new recruitment industry survey observing a “robust trend of positivity and optimism” within IT employment,

Published in Recruitment

A group suspected of having ties to Russia has released a list of servers in various countries which have been compromised by the NSA for use in staging attacks and suggested that the best outcome for the US presidential election might be stopping it altogether.

Published in Security

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