Laurie Patton has taken up the reins as chief executive of Internet Australia again, he confirmed to iTWire today.
Telstra has taken up an investment in client company CrowdStrike, a US-based cyber security and cloud endpoint security provider, which has just completed a US$100 million capital raising.
A quarter of Australian companies which took part in a survey conducted by IT management company ManageEngine felt they were more at risk of a cyber attack now than they were 12 months ago.
Security firm Sophos appears to be unaware that when one is in a hole, it is time to stop digging. Nothing else can account for the fact that when the company found itself with egg on its face over the WannaCry ransomware attack, it chose to try and "clarify" things.
An Oregon-based maker of macOS and iOS software has had source code for some apps stolen after he downloaded and installed a trojaned version of the open source video transcoder Handbrake.
The Finite Group has announced the appointment of Dave Newick as National Manager for recruitment brands Finite NZ and Ninetwenty.
Financial services provider Australian Settlements Limited has adopted IBM Cloud for its new payments platform implementation to provide members real-time payments that can be cleared and settled within seconds.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network and the Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Alastair McEwin, have jointly called on the federal government to increase access services for people of all abilities across free-to-air television.
New Zealand's competition enforcement and regulatory agency, the Commerce Commission, says the country’s consumers are receiving increased value for money across a range of telecommunications services and broadband plans, with some fibre voice and broadband plans costing significantly less than the equivalent Australian plans.