Some amazing features are now included in the third-generation of Netgear's excellent Arlo security cameras, including "HD Video, optional 24/7 continuous video recording, solar power option, and support for Amazon Alexa" and more.

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Data breach law will not change status quo: claim Featured

Australia's data breach law, which takes effect on 22 February, will be among the weakest in the world and is unlikely to impose any pressure on businesses to change the way they protect personal data at the moment, the founder and chief technology officer of a cyber security consulting firm claims.

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Clive Rabie, Reckon Featured

Accounting software provider Reckon is boasting cloud users totalling 47,000 and attributing its 2017 earnings to growth of subscriptions to 75% of the total group revenue or $90.3 million. 

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Increased integration of marketing with other business functions and growth of digital marketing is contributing to an increase in demand for marketing skills, according to a newly published report.

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muru-D brings new start-ups into Sydney cohort Featured

Telstra start-up accelerator muru-D has just accepted 10 start-ups into its SYD5 programme, making up a cohort of companies it says are focused on solving challenging global problems.

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Google-Nest merger will allow slurping up of more data Featured

Google appears to have increased the scope of the data it collects by folding the hardware team of Nest, a maker of smart thermostats and smoke alarms that its parent Alphabet bought in 2014 for US$3.2 billion, into the Google Hardware team.

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The data leaked by US credit information provider Equifax may be much more than first disclosed, a report claims.

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The Australian competition watchdog has warned people to be careful about whom they "friend" on Valentine's Day as the figures show that dating and romance scammers will be stepping up activities on social media sites.

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Oracle is stepping up its efforts to prevent the three big cloud providers — Amazon, Microsoft and Google — poaching its customers, by building more data centres over the next two years.

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Olympics attack aimed at disruption, say Cisco researchers Featured

Researchers at Cisco's Talos Group say they are fairly sure that a cyber attack during the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics on Friday, using Windows malware, was only aimed at disrupting proceedings and did not involve any data destruction or exfiltration.

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