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White House cyber tsar warns against Kaspersky use The cyber security co-ordinator of the White House has publicly warned against the use of software from Kaspersky Lab.
AIIA, Macquarie welcome govt ICT procurement policy changes A number of voices from within the Australian ICT industry have welcomed the federal government’s announced changes to its ICT procurement policy which is targeted…
Xenophon clashes with Google over revenue figures A senior member of the Australian Senate has accused Google of misleading one of its committees about the extent of the search company's earnings in…
Pine Gap data used to target US' enemies: reports Data hoovered up by the spy base at Pine Gap in Alice Springs is being used to target enemies of the US, reports based on…
FBI pushing private firms to ban Kaspersky products: report A push to make private US companies give up the use of products from Kaspersky Lab is in progress, with the FBI holding briefings for…
Australia moves to regulate bitcoin exchanges Australia has said it will move to regulate exchanges that deal in the cryptocurrency bitcoin, as part of its crackdown on money laundering and terrorist…
CBA chief Narev to walk the plank by end of June 2018 Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev will bid goodbye to the organisation by the end of June 2018 in the wake of the allegations of…
Facebook attempts to enter China through the back door Facebook is attempting to quietly worm its way into China with the release of a photo-sharing app named Colorful Balloons through a local company.
CBA blames faulty code for alleged law violations The Commonwealth Bank has blamed coding errors in a software update for its Intelligent Deposit Machines for its allegedly falling foul of Australian money-laundering and…
CBA on the hook over money-laundering charges Automated cash-deposit machines are being blamed for the Commonwealth Bank allegedly violating Australian anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.

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