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The week in security: Australian governments, telcos least trusted to protect personal data

Australia may be the world's fourth-largest holder of network-security patents, but its Telecommunications companies and government agencies are the least trusted industries when it comes to protecting user data, a new survey has found. Case in point: the besieged US Office of Personnel Management – already hit with a class-action suit over the recent breach of data on US government employees – which took a key system offline after a security flaw was identified in a Web-based background-check system.

David Braue | 06 Jul | Read more

The week in security: Identity, telecoms, biometrics drive government security vision

Although there was controversy around government plans to increase biometric information-gathering a Australian entry ports, others felt that Australian government agencies were showing “inspiring” traction in formalising their identity-management infrastructures, while UK and US government agencies were taking off on a slightly different tack after being said to have attacked security software that they felt was thwarting their work in intelligence gathering.

David Braue | 29 Jun | Read more

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