Stories by David Braue

The week in security: To meet new privacy burden, think like a teenage girl

Commemorations of Privacy Awareness Week included some high-profile pronouncements from Australia’s Privacy Commissioner, who has made it his goal to <a href="http://www.cso.com.au/article/460462/australia_privacy_commissioner_gets_serious_about_infosec/">educate Australian businesses</a> about their new obligations under privacy laws that will change in March 2014.

David Braue | 06 May | Read more

Mobile carriers a new line of defence against mobile malware

Mobile telecommunications carriers like Vodafone will increasingly play a role in normalising bring your own device (BYOD) programs by using deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to prevent the compromise and exploitation of mobile devices outside the corporate network, the head of security supplier BAE Systems Detica has predicted.

David Braue | 02 May | Read more

Most DDoS attacks directed at the same few TCP/IP ports: Akamai

China, the United States, and Turkey accounted for two-thirds of IP-based attack traffic during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to new figures from global content distribution network (CDN) giant Akamai Technologies that reaffirm Australia’s low rank as a source of malware – and its low rank in terms of average Internet speeds.

David Braue | 26 Apr | Read more

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