Optus has been ordered to refund $2.4 million to around 175,000 customers who had been sold mobile phone insurance with the telco.
Stories by George Nott
China’s Thirteenth Five-Year Plan indicates the nation’s plan to hack Australian companies and steal intellectual property, says a US cyber security think tank.
The Department of Defence is seeking a supplier to give it an ‘end-to-end view’ of what it describes as a ‘fractured’ ICT environment.
An Israeli company that offers a fully automated industrial drone system is looking to expand to Australia and raise funding locally.
Nine out of ten IT decision makers thought their organisation would perform better if their current c-suite were more tech-savvy, a Wakefield research report commissioned by Juniper Networks revealed.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), and the Australian Computer Society (ACS) are urging the Turnbull government to accelerate the digitisation of the economy.
The Queensland Building Services Authority (QBSA) was replaced by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) in 2013. It would clean up its act and focus on its customers. Doing so required a complete renovation of its technology platform to meet the surge in demand for digital services. But before the digital transformation succeeded, it failed.
Senator Stephen Conroy demanded an on air apology from Senator Mitch Fifield last night for the AFP's raids on his office. The AFP searched Conroy's office in May in search of the source of a number of internal NBN documents that have been released by Labor.
A sophisticated phishing email purporting to be from Telstra has been identified by MailGuard. "It's just mind-blowingly awesome," the security vendor's CEO Craig McDonald said on Monday.
“I want the inside of ANZ to look like the outside world from a technology perspective,” says CIO Scott Collary
ANZ’s core banking system is “not a hindrance” and the bank is not considering an overhaul like its rivals, says CIO Scott Collary.
ANZ Bank will be releasing an all-in-one mobile point-of-sale device later this year to compete with the likes of CBA’s Albert.
Remaining agile is one of the biggest challenges facing CIOs today, says Westpac Group tech chief Dave Curran.
The ‘cognitive era’ has arrived says IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, who was in Sydney yesterday to demonstrate the potential uses of Big Blue’s cognitive computing technology Watson.
IBM has launched a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to be led by former AFP national manager of intelligence, Kevin Zuccato.