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NAB business banking back after 12-hour outage

National Australia Bank's business online banking service, NAB Connect, appears to be back on the air after having been offline most of the day on Wednesday.

Tableau's 10th anniversary at conference showcases major innovations

Analytics platform Tableau's 10th anniversary conference DATA17 is on in Las Vegas this week with 14,000 participants to see a new in-memory data engine called Hyper, Project Maestro, new API and plenty more.

Equifax says 15.2m UK records also exposed

American credit information provider Equifax has announced that about 15.2 million British client records were exfiltrated from its systems, affecting about 700,000 consumers.

Israelis 'watched Russians use Kaspersky wares to find NSA malware'

Russian Government employees are claimed to have used Kaspersky's anti-virus software to search for the code names of US intelligence programmes, while Israeli intelligence officials looked on, a report claims.

Xero aims to smooth out billing systems with automation

Accounting software company Xero has launched machine learning automation of account codes and bills, which it says is designed to ensure greater accuracy and reduction in the time small businesses spend creating bills.

Deloitte breach involved govt, UN, Fifa mails: claim

The email breach at multinational accountancy firm Deloitte is claimed to have been much more widespread than the company has admitted, and compromised a server that hosted mail from 350 clients, including four US government departments and the UN.

Australia seeks to tighten control over critical infrastructure

The federal government has issued a draft of a bill that, if passed, would allow it to insist that private companies in the power, water, and ports sectors take action to remediate a significant national-security risk.

Accenture's crown jewels found exposed in unsecured AWS buckets

Global corporate consulting and management firm Accenture left at least four cloud-based storage servers unsecured and open to the public, the security company UpGuard has found.

Vodafone launches commercial NB-IoT services in Melbourne CBD

Vodafone Australia is set to commence the next stage of deployment of its commercial narrowband Internet of Things network, making it the first Australian telco to launch such a service.

Alipay massive in China: post Golden Week stats shining off the charts

China's extended Golden Week was 1 to 8 October this year, and now that it's over, Alipay has shared some stunning stats on payment growth and activity.

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