American politicians, who are trying to stop legislation by the government to place obstacles in the way of companies using end-to-end encryption, are seeking information about the subversion of encryption at Juniper Networks in 2015.
Privacy is paramount but not total, because there is a balance between privacy and security, ASIO chief Mike Burgess claims, adding that "under the rule of law when appropriate warrants are in place, law enforcement or ASIO should be able to get access to something".
More data which was exfiltrated from the Australian freight forwarding and logistics company Henning Harders has been publsihed online, an indication that company has not yielded to the demands of the Maze ransomware group that carried out the attack, security sources tell iTWire.
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