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Oracle announces new cloud products, claims fastest cloud processing

Oracle’s Thomas Kurian, president Product Development, today announced new Oracle products, claiming to have the world’s fastest cloud compute processing.

Hacker breached India's Internet registry, security firm claims

A hacker appears to have breached India's national Internet registry and is trying to sell access to servers and a database dump from more than 6000 Indian ISPs, private firms and government agencies through advertisements on the dark web.

TokenOne to sell authentication tech through Seccom Global

Sydney-based cyber security company TokenOne has cut a deal with security consultancy Seccom Global to use the former's patented authentication technology.

IT pros not confident of Aussie data breach prevention: study

Nearly 70% of Australian IT professionals lack confidence in the ability of their organisations to prevent, detect and resolve data breaches, according to a new research report.

IRS awards Equifax US$7.25m no-bid contract after hack

Less than a month after American credit information provider Equifax announced a major data breach, the US Internal Revenue Service has awarded the company a US$7.25 million contract to verify taxpayer identities and help prevent fraud.

Dnsmasq vulnerabilities patched after Google found them

The Dnsmasq project has issued patches to fix seven vulnerabilities that were identified by Google's security staff.

Verizon says all 3b Yahoo! accounts breached in Dec 2013

US multinational telecommunications conglomerate Verizon has announced that all three billion accounts which Yahoo! had in December 2013, were affected by a data breach in 2013.

Optus deploys 'world first' massive MIMO and 3CC CA pairing

Following Vodafone’s announcement this week of a successful Massive MIMO trial, Optus has announced what it claims is a world first pairing of Multiple Input Multiple Output and 3CC Carrier Aggregation technologies — 3CC Massive MIMO — in a live trial.

New bank system to offer instant payments

Australian banks are expected to have a new system for money transfers which will come into effect from Australia Day next year.

HPE allowed Russian review of source code for military app

The source code of a Hewlett Packard Enterprise's software package known as ArcSight, that is used by the US military for its cyber defence, was made available for inspection to Russian defence agency Echelon, which has close ties to the military.

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