FireEye has revealed that it spent US$12.5 million in net legal settlement costs during the three months ending December 2017.
Stories by Leon Spencer
An Australian man has been named by US authorities as one of 36 people to be charged for their alleged roles in the Infraud Organisation.
The Federal Government has released a new secure cloud strategy that will make it easier for agencies to move to public cloud platforms.
TechnologyOne has denied claims of unfair dismissal and alleged bullying by its former regional manager for Victoria.
A 37-year-old NSW man has been charged for allegedly hacking into the database of local car sharing start-up, GoGet.
A new report puts the AEC's $27.2M procurement of Senate ballot scanning services from Fuji Xerox Businessforce in 2016 under scrutiny.
Surging demand for Microsoft’s cloud services in Australia has prompted a search for a new CTO for the company in the local market.
Defence has handed a $17.5 million contract to Oracle for software support for database, identity and access management software licences.
Angus Taylor, Australia's Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation, has been named as the country’s new Minister for Law Enforcement and Cybersecurity.
Optus has followed Telstra in its move to offer “remedies” to more than 8,700 of its customers who were misled about NBN speeds.
The ATO reveals top earning tech companies in Australia that paid no tax while still reporting taxable income in the financial year ending 2016.
The ATO has said it will boost its long-running centralised computing contract with DXC Technology to $1.47 billion as it eyes up incoming procurement changes.
Telstra has downgraded its profit forecast by $700 million after NBN Co decided to pause the rollout of its HFC network.
NBN Co’s move to pause its HFC network rollout to fix service issues could cost up to $790 million, according to the Australian Labor Party.
NBN Co has revealed it will temporarily pause all new orders over its HFC network as it works to improve services using the technology.