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Called one of the worst cyber-attacks on a major US city, Atlanta’s ransomware virus fiasco kept government officials in their offices, furiously attempting to recover the critical systems that were downed over the Easter weekend. Some government workers were forced to revert to pen and paper...

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Tuesday night that Russia’s deployment of a ‘military grade nerve agent’ in Salisbury, England was a ‘blatant breach of international law’. Minister Bishop continued to say that ‘Russia has conducted a series of egregious breaches of international law in recent...

Ever since the creation of the internet, cybersecurity has always been an issue. As software technologies progress, new vulnerabilities are discovered, but new solutions are often too little too late. UpGuard is an Australian born US-based start-up and first of its kind cyber resilience platform that...

The digital health of data-centric companies still needs a checkup. The Pentagon, telecom giants, and even the ABC have found their data security measures to be utterly poor. The common thread for many organisations challenged to explain data breaches is the cloud. Data is stored in...

Various aspects of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence feature strongly in this week’s stories below, ahead of our energy security event on 16 August. Google Glass returns to life, Sydney's new start-up hub, Australia's space agency, energy security, iris scans for banking, evil robots, and much...

In another dollar figure confirmed, the recent NotPetya cyberattack slashed US$300 million of FedEx subsidiary TNT’s quarterly profits, nearly 40 times the loss caused by Hurricane Harvey. The malware which struck on 29 June has caused ripples in FedEx’s yearly earnings forecasts alongside other large players...

Various aspects of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence feature strongly in this week’s stories below, ahead of our energy security event on 16 August. Google Glass returns to life, Sydney's new start-up hub, Australia's space agency, energy security, iris scans for banking, evil robots, and much...

Equifax, a US consumer credit rating agency, experienced one of the largest and potentially most significant cyber security data breaches in history, compromising the personal details of over 143 million persons in the US, UK and Canada. Equifax collects a massive financial data stockpile and uses...

St. Jude radio frequency controlled cardiac pacemakers from Abbot Laboratories have been identified as susceptible to unauthorised cyber interferences. The Wi-Fi enabled medical devices send and receive data via remote telemetry, and this week the US Industrial Controls Cyber Emergency Response Team advised that a highly...

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