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14 Jun 2022
Six cybersecurity challenges for Australia’s new government
For the first time in almost four years, Australia has reinstalled a dedicated Minister for Cybersecurity—this article argues that Australia faces six significant cybersecurity challenges.
13 Jun 2022
Five Eyes advisory warns more malicious Russian cyber activity incoming
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine—and the sanctions Moscow now has to bear as a result—has led to various cybercrime groups publicly pledging their support for the Russian Government and threatening to launch cyber-attacks against countries that support Ukraine.
24 Jun 2022
Cybersecurity rulings important for all Australian businesses
The cybersecurity world is full of principles; principles about patching, passwords, physical security, phishing and firewalls. But until now, there has been little legal precedent supporting these principles—and that can make principles difficult to enforce.
24 May 2022
Why quickly patching your iPhones and Macs is more important than ever
The writer offers his opinion that it is a dangerous myth that Apple products are secure and don't get malware or hacked—he notes that the number of vulnerabilities in Apple products is rapidly catching up with vulnerabilities on products from Google and Windows.
19 Apr 2022
Government committee blames tech companies for allowing trolls to thrive online
An Australian Government review into online safety has blamed trolls and internet harassment on Big Tech companies for not enforcing their own rules properly.
31 Mar 2022
Forget Cyberwar: We Need Cybersecurity First
Timothy Edgar argues that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shattered many illusions regarding cyberwar—for example, offensive cyber-operations are no substitute for effective cybersecurity.
12 Mar 2022
Cyber lessons in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Although there were cyberattacks on Ukrainian Government agencies and banks in February, the anticipated major cyber attack on Ukraine hasn’t occurred.
18 Mar 2022
Crypto wars: Can Russia use blockchain to get around sanctions?
The US and most other wealthy countries (China being a significant exception) are applying some of the severest economic sanctions—ever used—against Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine.
9 Mar 2022
How cyberspace has become the new battleground in modern day warfare
Bolstering cybersecurity has become more critical than ever in the 21st century; battles are now being fought digitally and with missiles as nations wage war in new and complex arenas.
4 Mar 2022
What's the next big blockchain craze?
From trading cryptocurrencies to purchasing art in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), blockchain applications are booming—and a University of NSW (UNSW) cybersecurity expert is predicting where things will go from here.