And, because of the magic of time differences and the international date line Australia was the first IDG Security Day event running. As it's the sumer solstice in the Northern hemisphere, it's also the longest day so it makes sense to fill it with as much infosec goodness as we possibly can.
Abigail Swabey |
23 Jun |
CSO & Enex Testlab join forces to deliver a first class IT Security event in Sydney's Four Seasons Hotel.
Abigail Swabey |
24 Sep |
What are the essential ingredients for making a security awareness program successful? Check out these 9 tips from CSO contributors on how to make awareness work in your organization.
Joan Goodchild |
21 Jun |
Prime Minister Julia Gillard was on hand in Sydney this week to launch a new cyber education module called bCyberwise. Developed by Life Education and McAfee, the program is designed to teach primary school students about online dangers such as becoming `friends' with strangers and cyber bullying. The program will be rolled out to Australian schools from 4 February.
Hamish Barwick |
17 Jan |
- Amazon, Apple and Google know more about you than your doctor or lawyer - and Commbank is jealous as hell.
- Don’t trust an organisation that doesn’t have a face - because then you can’t punch it in when they screw up, said Marcus Ranum.
- 78 percent of the world’s population doesn’t have access to a computer or the internet and therefore avoid all IT security problems.
Zennith Geisler |
11 Nov |
Symantec Vision 2011 Sydney in pictures
Neerav Bhatt |
13 Sep |
The curtain has fallen on the 50 day performance by hacker group LulzSec. Its campaign of mayhem and destruction, peppered with witty commentary captivated the world.
In an alternate universe where Lulzcats reign and anti-security is the norm, it might have even earned a spot on its first target, The X-Factor. But on this earth its members may still be captured by its later targets: the CIA, US law enforcement and the FBI.
Liam Tung |
12 Jul |