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Australia’s peak body and advocacy group  for Australia’s ICT industry, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), has welcomed the change to the Victorian Public Service, bringing the government services into one department.

Published in Strategy

New jobs for Australian executives slid 18 per cent in November as continuous interest rate rises feed domestic and international uncertainty, according to the E.L. Executive Demand Index.

Published in Recruitment

Telco Singtel Optus has agreed to reimburse the costs of a new driving licence for NSW residents who were hit by the telco's catastrophic data breach.

Published in Security

With the elections in Victoria due in about three weeks and the incumbent government looking very much like it will romp home, media in the state are resorting to every tactic in the book to push their barrows.

Published in Open Sauce

Cybermindz.org is a newly formed not-for-profit organisation with a mission to change the human face of cyber, and is Australia’s first peer-led, cybersecurity mental health support program, and it launched in Melbourne earlier this month, with a great discussion ensuing - please watch and read on.

Published in Guest Interviews

Cybermindz.org is a newly formed not-for-profit organisation with a mission to change the human face of cyber, and is Australia’s first peer-led, cybersecurity mental health support program, and it launched in Melbourne earlier this month, with a great discussion ensuing - please watch and read on.

Published in Security

The state of Victoria will go to the polls on 26 November. Given that, it is easy to understand why the state's transport authority, VicRoads, has jumped ahead of the pack in saying it will issue new licences to those whose documents were compromised in the disastrous Singtel Optus data breach.

Published in Open Sauce

With the elections in Victoria just 44 days away, the media in the state are keen to step up to the plate and maximise their earnings. Ads roll in at election time, given that the parties in the fray have plenty of money to throw around.

Published in Open Sauce

The Costa Group, Australia's leading grower, packer and marketer of fresh fruit and vegetables, has been hit by what it describes as "a malicious and sophisticated IT phishing attack" which could have resulted in passport, bank and superannuation details being leaked, as also tax file numbers.

Published in Security

On World Electric Vehicle Day, Victoria can celebrate the fact that it charges people who use EVs a tax. The same Victoria that calls itself the education state. It also touts itself as progressive.

Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 08:45

SA to pay for new licences for Optus breach victims

South Australia will pick up the tab for any residents in the state who are affected by the Optus data breach and need to get a new driver's licence.

Published in Security

In one week’s time, on Thursday 23 June, Victoria’s business and community leaders will sleep out together at The Timber Yard in Port Melbourne on one of the coldest nights of the year to raise money for the St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria’s (Vinnies Victoria’s) homelessness services.

Published in Not For Profit

NBN Co and the Victorian Government announced the second stage of a co-investment agreement, which will see fibre built deeper into more parts of metropolitan and regional Victoria.  

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Up to 2,000 new tech jobs will be created by fast-tracking commercialisation of new sports technology, with today’s official opening of the Australian Sports Innovation Centre for Excellence (ASICE) in Victoria.

Published in Strategy

The Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) has equipped Aireys Inlet Community Centre in Victoria’s surf coast region with solar power capability as part of its $1 million Solar in the Regions community investment program.

Published in Energy

Online jobs advertisement portal SEEK says October saw the highest number of ads posted in a month during its 23 years of operation.

Published in Recruitment

Middle aged and older Australians suffered the brunt of scams in September with those aged 45 to 54 the hardest hit financially during the month and the aged 65 and over reporting the highest number of scams at 5,642.

Published in Security

COMPANY NEWS: Employee well-being services and platform provider Direct Health Solutions collaborates with healthcare company Roche Diagnostics Australia to scale rapid antigen testing via digital-first testing solution.

Published in Business Software

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