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Google using Australians' mobile data to spy on them: claim

Oracle has upped its spat with Google, providing research to Australia's competition watchdog that claims the search behemoth is using the mobile data of Australians to spy on them.

Unpatched Oracle WebLogic servers targeted for mining

Malicious attackers are targeting a patched vulnerability in Oracle's WebLogic server, targeting TCP port 7001 for the purpose of mining cryptocurrencies, the security firm Trend Micro has reported.

Chisholm offers new study course in cyber security

Victoria’s Chisholm Institute of TAFE has introduced a course in cyber security developed in collaboration with industry partners.

The WannaCry ransomware caused havoc in many parts of the world.

A year after a leaked NSA Windows exploit known as EternalBlue was used to create the WannaCry ransomware that caused chaos around the world, a security researcher says it is being used more than ever by attackers in crafting threats.

VIDEO Interview: Aera CEO explains the revolution cognitive AI technologies are bringing

Launched in June 2017, Aera Technology leverages AI, machine learning, natural language processing, data and enterprise domain expertise to deliver real-time cognitive automation at cloud scale, make real-time recommendations, predict outcomes, and take action autonomously, and we interviewed its chief executive and president, Frederic Laluyaux, on what this all means.

Acronis gets hybrid cloud investment pay-off with strong partners and growth

Acronis has come a long way in the last 15 years, claiming leadership in hybrid cloud data protection and storage, with strong partner results and shared growth, thanks to multiple services delivered via the Acronis Data Cloud platform – and more.

MuleSoft Anypoint monitoring

API and integration vendor MuleSoft has announced a new version of the Anypoint Platform for deploying, securing and monitoring composite applications across cloud environments.

Healthcare contributions see two winners in Women in Open Source award

Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe were named today winners of Red Hat’s Women in Open Source award for their altruistic work in collaborative and open healthcare.

New iOS feature will disable USB port after seven days

A new feature in iOS 11.4, which is expected to be released in the next few weeks or even sooner, disables the Lightning port after seven days of the device in question being unlocked, and is aimed at preventing device acquisition by law enforcement, a researcher claims.

CyberArk Conjur Enterprise now available on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

Privileged access security vendor CyberArk has announced the availability of CyberArk Conjur Enterprise for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and claims it will simplify secrets management and provide flexibility to securely deploy enterprise apps at scale.

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