EnergyAustralia becomes second Australian energy provider to be impersonated by cyber criminals in malware campaign this year.
Stories by Chris Player
NSW residents hit by a new email scam masked as a direct email from the State’s Roads & Maritime Services department.
Plutus Payroll's Simon Anquetil reportedly engaged in phoenix activity and alleged fraud while heading up his former IT company, EStrategy Group.
The retail and mining industries have told the government which jobs they want to be exempt from the banned 457 visa list.
The Federal Government takes IT skills push to the region through a partnership with Atlasssian and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Telstra has cut 24 more jobs from its wholesale customer operations division in Sydney and Brisbane.
The public stoush between the Brisbane City Council and its IT supplier, TechnologyOne, over a delayed project continues to escalate.
Google Australia is set to lock horns with the ATO after being issued with an amended tax bill following financial audits by the Australian tax collector.
Telstra has continued cutting staff in its infrastructure divisions as the company moves to outsource services, according to the CWU.
Federal Government agencies have come under scrutiny from the national auditor for failing to properly manage contracts with IT suppliers.
Avaya has entered into a $100 million agreement with Extreme Networks to sell its networking business after filing for bankruptcy in January.
The NSW privacy commissioner has recommended to state parliament that IT service providers share the blame for data breaches at their public sector clients.
The storage drives responsible for the series of outages at The Australian Tax Office (ATO) website will be sent back to Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) headquarters to determine the cause of the problem.
The cyber arm of the Australian Defence Force, the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), has completed a remodelling of its guidelines for government departments to mitigate cyber risks.
Cyber security researchers will be considered guilty until they prove their innocence under proposed changes to The Privacy Act put forward by the Attorney-General’s department.