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$70b by 2022 in 'annual transaction revenue' through smart store tech

Remember Amazon's store in the US where you grab your stuff, walk out and the Amazon app automatically charges you? Invisible payments and other connected tech is coming and will grow big.

Cyber terror? Ain't seen it yet, says Australian Cyber Security Centre

Despite all the hyper-ventilation by politicians who paint grim scenarios of cyber Armageddon always being around the corner, Australia is yet to face malicious activity that would constitute a cyber attack, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

Attacks against outsourcers on the rise: ACSC

Attacks against third parties that provide services to a company or an agency have increased in Australia over the 2016-17 period covered by the Australian Cyber Security Centre's annual threat report.

Ransomware a major threat in Australia too, says ACSC report

As is the case in many other countries, ransomware has been one of the most persistent threats to Australia in 2017, and this is likely to continue into the future, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre's annual threat report which was released today.

Women to the fore in cyber centre, says threat report

Women play a prominent role in the Australian Cyber Security Centre, making up 50% of the organisation's leadership group, according to the ACSC's annual threat report released today.

Xero sees uplift in SMB fortunes as staff numbers increase

Australia’s small businesses are booming, according to a new report which reveals that there has been a 7.67% increase in employee headcount over the past 12 months.

Solar race challengers helped by Fujitsu IoT package

Wearables powered by Fujitsu's UBIQUITOUSWARE, an IoT package that senses the status of people and things and their surrounding environments, has helped the Belgian team prepare for its participation in the ongoing Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

Office Depot joins Best Buy in Kaspersky ban

American office supply retailer Office Depot has become the second big outlet to remove Kaspersky Lab software from its shelves, with a ban coming in the middle of September.

VIDEO Interview: Andre Durand, founder and CEO Ping, talks identity security and more

Ping Identity's chief executive and founder, Andre Durand, visited Australia to meet customers and the media, and took the time to talk to iTWire in a video interview.

Australian firms late in access regulation: claim

Australian organisations are late in removing the accounts of employees who have left their services, a survey from identity and access management company One Identity claims.

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