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What’s the risk of being unsupported?

We live in a time of increasing cyber-attacks and security breaches. As universities hold a wealth of data, including personal information, technical resources, sensitive research data and intellectual property, they are prime targets for cyber-attacks. The .edu.au domain saw more ...

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How do we secure Australia in the 21st century?

Australian states and territories must play a greater role in countering the security challenges of the 21st century and cyber security demands greater recognition and appreciation, two experts warned at the latest National Press Club Address.  Entitled 'Securing Australia in ...

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Sharpening works, to a point: Opinion

Thank goodness that it’s nearly all over. I don’t think 2020 is going to be remembered as one of anyone’s favourite years, is it?  It started OK, with some sense of optimism, despite the aftermath of last summer’s bushfires. But ...

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