Thirty-four companies, led by Microsoft, have joined a Cyber Security Tech Accord which commits them to, among other things, refusing to join cyber attacks by nation-states against innocent citizens and businesses no matter where they are located.
Australia has blamed Russian state-sponsored hackers for what it says were attacks utilising routers in 2017 as a means to gain access to websites belonging to Australian companies.
New laws to protect critical infrastructure from malicious attack are a crucial step forward in protecting Australia’s economic nervous system from cyber attack, according to cyber security firm Macquarie Government.
Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
I have no words to describe this development.Are they out of their minds?!In what universe would you choose to run[…]
There is a 25/5 speed tier, which used to be the default that all the ISPs were using, but then[…]
I would have thought that any secrecy agreement that Snowden signed when he was employed by the NSA and CIA[…]
Cannot the NBN Co introduce a new plan at a Speed of 20/4 Mbps. Only 3 plans are available to[…]