House panel opens inquiry into NBN Co business case Featured

The Australian parliament's Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network has opened inquiries into the NBN Co's business case and the rollout of the network in rural and regional areas.

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Faster payments also mean faster fraud, says RSA expert Featured

Many people may consider last week's introduction of Australia's New Payments Platform, which will enable faster payments for both consumers and businesses, as a measure that is long overdue. But the head of security vendor RSA's fraud and risk intelligence team in Asia Pacific/Japan sees a downside, in that it will also enable faster fraud.

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Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei says it is testing a fixed wireless service in Vancouver with Canadian operator Telus in the latter's "5G Living Lab".

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Data centre provided NextDC has launched dedicated and private access to Oracle Cloud through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect.

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NBN alternative Internet service provider Spirit Telecom has launched a back-up Internet service that will remain redundant until it is needed, under the name Redundancy-as-a-Service.

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US judge rules embedding tweet can violate copyright Featured

A judge in a New York district court has ruled that embedding a tweet on a web page could be a violation of copyright, overlooking years of precedent that say otherwise.

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Digital security firm Gemalto last month released its “2018 Global Cloud Data Security Study” report, commissioning the Ponemon Institute to perform the research, surveying more than 3200 IT and IT security practitioners worldwide.

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Endpoint security company Cylance says its unique artificial intelligence-based protection is the best tool to keep companies and individuals safe from new and emerging threats.

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Intel faces 33 lawsuits over Meltdown and Spectre flaws Featured

Thirty customer class action lawsuits and two securities class actions have been filed against Intel in connection with two vulnerabilities in its processor which were made public in January.

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Canon Oceania has appointed Akira "Dave" Yoshida as its new managing director, in place of Yusuke Mizoguchi who has been promoted to a new role at Canon Europe.

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