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Small, unsophisticated developers perpetuating IoT security lapses: IBM

Despite years of education about security threats, software developers in Australia and elsewhere are still writing code that is too insecure and will open up massive holes as the Internet of Things (IoT) develops, IBM's X-Force security arm has warned as a prologue to recent research that found most malware threats continue to come from outside of Australia but can nonetheless affect all countries.

David Braue | 26 Nov | Read more

The week in security: iappANZ weighs privacy progress; Obama, industry fight government spying

Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim released a new Privacy Regulatory Action Policy as the iappANZ Privacy Summit kicked off. Also instructive on the policy front was Scotland's National Health Service, which shared its experience meeting healthcare privacy requirements with attendees. Vodafone's head of privacy was also on hand, pointing out that economics is playing an increasing role in discussions about the risks of privacy.

David Braue | 25 Nov | Read more

Privacy is a Business Disrupter

Although there's obviously a significant interest in privacy from a legal and compliance perspective, Vodafone's head of privacy, Stephen Deadman, told the audience at the recent IAPP Summit that there's an increasing focus on economics.

Anthony Caruana | 20 Nov | Read more

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Peeling back the darknet

Most organisations are unaware of the need to bring darknet expertise in-house to ensure that there will be no surprises bubbling out of the darkness. The darknet does not have a pretty face, but it is not entirely evil either; so what is it that your organisation should know about the darknet, and why?

Mark Gregory, RMIT | 24 Nov | Read more

R.I.P. Email?

R.I.P. email. Well nearly. While the number of email accounts continues to grow rapidly, I'm predicting that email, as we know it today, will fade away as the world's most pervasive form of digital communications—possibly within three to five years. It’s not just that there are other ways by which people are communicating, it’s also because email is increasingly a risky way to communicate.

George Fong | 21 Nov | Read more

Pervasive technologies and its implication on security

All of us are, to some extent, slaves to technology. Judicious use of technology is mandated. Human kind has, so far, been naïve in adopting technology with the presumption that it will always be used in the right spirit, but we have seen it being used in the wrong context over and over again. This article is about the implications of malicious use of pervasive technology.

Shantanu Bhattacharya | 13 Nov | Read more

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