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Apple launches iMac Pro, 'the most powerful Mac ever'

iMac Pro. Launching today, It's the most powerful Mac in the world, to be beaten presumably only by a forthcoming Mac Pro due next year, but until then, iMac Pro is it.

Symantec CEO Greg Clark is CeBIT Australia's 2018 opening cyber security keynote

CeBIT Australia has announced Symantec CEO, Greg Clark, as the first international keynote speaker for CeBIT 2018 at Sydney’s International Convention Centre (ICC), 15-17 May 2018.

Three men plead guilty to operating Mirai botnet

Three men have pleaded guilty to operating the Mirai botnet which targeted Internet of Things devices last year and one of them has also entered a guilty plea to a charge of launching an attack on Rutgers University.

MYOB, Reckon merger under scrutiny by NZ’s competition regulator

New Zealand's competition regulator is considering whether to give the go ahead to the proposed merger between accounting software solutions companies MYOB and Reckon.

MailGuard warns of fake 'Energy Australia' email - scam alert!

A large-scale email scam imitating Energy Australia has been intercepted by email protection specialists MailGuard, with the company warning Australians to be alert.

NEC, CrowdOptic team up on smart city security

NEC Australia is partnering with Silicon Valley vision analytics firm, CrowdOptic, in a strategic moved aimed at bringing next generation security to smart cities.

Ultra-high-speed 100Gbps 'Ethernet Encryptor' achieves first sale

Senetas Corporation reports securing "the first sale of its ultra-high-speed CN9000 Series 100Gbps Ethernet encryptors, to a government customer in Western Europe."

Scam invoice detected by MailGuard

A new scam email being sent out in large numbers and designed to look like an invoice created with MYOB, has been detected by security company MailGuard.

MoneyTaker hackers attack banks in US and Russia

A group of attackers dubbed MoneyTaker has staged a number of successful attacks on financial institutions and legal firms in the US, UK and Russia, a Russian security company claims.

Prosecutor calls for end to Hacking Team breach probe

The investigation into a data breach at a Milan-based surveillance technology company is likely to end with no conclusion as to the identity of the attackers.

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