Trojan virus infections at financial services firms dropped by 73 per cent in 2015 compared to the year earlier, new research has found. But attacks are much more sophisticated and more frequently targeting financial institutions rather than consumers.
Stories by Bonnie Gardiner
A new report has revealed Australia’s comparatively slow progress in Internet speed and broadband adoption compared to other nations.
For an industry that quite literally relies on speed and efficiency, growing capability in big data and networking has raised the already-high stakes for Red Bull’s Formula 1 racing team.
Women began dropping out of ICT roles in 1984, the same year personal computers were on the rise, according to Lynwen Connick, First Assistant Secretary - Cyber Policy and Intelligence Division, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
More than 2,000 secondary school students heard insights from around 50 experienced technology professionals at the BiG Day In event launch at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) earlier this month.
The CIO/CMO working dynamic is becoming more positive, with half of marketing and IT teams now describing their relationship as “collaborative” or “awesome”.
NSW finance minister, Dominic Perrottet, on Friday cut the ribbon on a new centralised IT service desk that is supporting seven government agencies across the state.
Teaching female workers to communicate with more authority and confidence is crucial for bridging the gender gap in IT, according to women in business mentor Andrea Clarke, who thinks too many women are unconsciously undermining their own authority.
Former TAFE ICT manager, Ronald Cordoba, abused his role to corruptly reap $1.76 million, according to the findings of NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) inquiry.
The Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) has used a DevOps methodology in the cloud to create a new centralised listing platform.
A new Sydney-based innovation hub will enable technologists to develop Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for the agriculture, transport, and natural resources sectors and support the creation of smart cities.
The latest Optus performance results released today reveal a 9 per cent increase net profit during the last quarter, including a 5 per cent EBITDA increase and 6 per cent growth in operating revenue.
Australian businesses must defend themselves against the onslaught of ransomware attacks as new research has found cybercriminals are increasingly targeting them with more elaborate and sophisticated measures.
CIOs and CTOs in Adelaide and Brisbane can expect a potential modest pay rise this year, while Melbourne IT leaders to see similar payment schemes to 2015.
More than a third of global browser-based online transactions are now made on a mobile device as consumers demonstrate a growing preference for mobile payments, according to new research.