infosec

Truth, lies and data breaches

Truth, lies and data breaches

Cybersecurity expert Troy Hunt shines a light on some facts surrounding hacks.
Nico Arboleda Jun 20 2018, 6:00AM Security
Russians used Kaspersky software for spying: reports

Russians used Kaspersky software for spying: reports

Found by Israeli intelligence officials spying on Russian govt hackers.
Staff Writers Oct 12 2017, 3:20PM Security
Fake LinkedIn profiles linked to Iran-based hacking group

Fake LinkedIn profiles linked to Iran-based hacking group

'Convincing' profiles used for cyber espionage.
Teri Robinson Oct 8 2015, 9:08AM Security
Lenovo bloatware gets onto clean Windows installs

Lenovo bloatware gets onto clean Windows installs

Rootkit affects number of consumer devices.
Juha Saarinen Aug 13 2015, 12:56PM Security
Security vendor cheats in anti-virus test

Security vendor cheats in anti-virus test

Chinese firm Qihoo 360 stripped of certifications.
Juha Saarinen May 1 2015, 8:05AM Security
Meet the hottest security vendors in the world

Meet the hottest security vendors in the world

Two Australian firms score spots among Cybersecurity 500.
Tony Yoo Mar 10 2015, 11:40AM Security
Five Aussie infosec experts speak out

Five Aussie infosec experts speak out

Hear from Content Security, Loop Technology, Avante, SecureWare and Insentra.
Steven Kiernan Jun 30 2014, 10:00PM Security
Dating site stored passwords as plain text

Dating site stored passwords as plain text

Cupid Media breached Privacy Act, says Commissioner.
Paris Cowan Jun 27 2014, 12:59PM Security
Licensing for IT security professionals?

Licensing for IT security professionals?

NSW Police Minister mulls same registration as physical security operators.
Allie Coyne Jun 19 2014, 6:30AM Security
Malware writers turn to ancient craft to hide viruses

Malware writers turn to ancient craft to hide viruses

Using art of steganography to get up to no good.
Darren Pauli Apr 7 2014, 8:06AM Security
Smaller companies could get leeway in security breaches

Smaller companies could get leeway in security breaches

Privacy act reforms will weigh up budgets against security investments.
Darren Pauli Mar 5 2014, 4:51AM Security
New stock iPhones and iPads open to spying

New stock iPhones and iPads open to spying

Malware apps act as touchscreen keyloggers.
Darren Pauli Feb 26 2014, 12:55PM Mobility
Enterprising research IDs zero day malware

Enterprising research IDs zero day malware

Bird's eye view spots attacks on large networks.
Darren Pauli Feb 17 2014, 1:07PM Security
Warnings over large-scale DDoS attack

Warnings over large-scale DDoS attack

Administrators urged to correct web configuration errors.
Darren Pauli Feb 12 2014, 10:42AM Security
Privacy Act reforms create confusion for IT providers

Privacy Act reforms create confusion for IT providers

Hard to understand opportunities due to uncertainty, say channel players.
Darren Pauli Jan 28 2014, 7:41AM Security
Huawei to launch charm offensive in 2014

Huawei to launch charm offensive in 2014

Eyes off global smartphone market.
Kristin Bent Jan 7 2014, 9:51AM Hardware
Google bolsters defences against US spying

Google bolsters defences against US spying

Upgrades to 2048 bit RSA keys.
Juha Saarinen Nov 19 2013, 2:37PM Security
IBM folds, Amazon wins US$600m CIA deal

IBM folds, Amazon wins US$600m CIA deal

Will build a 'spy cloud' for the US agency.
Juha Saarinen Nov 1 2013, 10:05AM Cloud
Hackers phished Melbourne IT reseller credentials

Hackers phished Melbourne IT reseller credentials

Other registrars targeted.
Juha Saarinen Aug 29 2013, 8:50AM Security
Vulnerability rewards programs provide economic incentive

Vulnerability rewards programs provide economic incentive

Bug bounties work.
Adam Greenberg Jul 16 2013, 8:19AM Security

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