cyber security

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An international workshop will encourage Australians to learn from the United States and China regarding radical new measures for cyber security education.

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A team from across UNSW has used a 1980s retro-style arcade game to develop an app that educates students about cyber security.

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UNSW Canberra's Professor Greg Austin says that to be prepared for a major war, Australia needs a new cyber military industrial strategy that is independent of the United States.

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The Australian Defence Force's new Information Warfare Division will require time and political capital to shape a capable workforce, writes Greg Austin.

Smartphone security

Worried about phone hacking? Dr Nalin Asanka Gamagedara Arachchilage from the Australian Centre for Cyber Security at UNSW Canberra provides three steps to help you become a cybersecurity expert.

digital code

Australia must commit to new “highly secure” systems instead of using inherently vulnerable software and machines, writes Greg Austin.

data security

New legislation will soon require organisations to disclose any data breaches involving your private details. But the legislation still has gaps in it, writes Jai Galliott.

China cyber crime

There is a real threat from Chinese ownership of electricity networks such as Ausgrid. The Treasurer needs to be more frank about these threats, writes Greg Austin.

Cyber attack

The US and the UK realise the urgent need for serious investment in cybersecurity. So why is the Australian government taking the issue so lightly, ask Greg Austin and Jill Slay.

WhatsApp

The debate about online privacy versus the battle against crime was given new life this week with an attempt in Brazil to ban the popular messaging application WhatsApp, writes Jill Slay.

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