Pacific countries need to develop and adopt internationally aligned cybersecurity standards if they're going to grow and protect their digital economies.
Cybersecurity features heavily in the the US National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) list of its top advocacy priorities for 2020.
A federal Emergency Declaration is giving agencies and private organisations emergency privacy powers to help those affected by the bushfires.
The Global Privacy Assembly — formerly the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners — is calling for members for a panel of experts.
The state, territory and federal governments have jointly agreed to develop a mandatory national standard for secure messaging between healthcare providers.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has released updated information outlining steps that can be taken to protect against malicious Microsoft Office macros.
The report details the efforts US states are making to boost collaboration with local government counterparts in cyber resilience matters.
The ACSC has urged all users to apply Microsoft's latest Patch Tuesday fixes, while in the US agencies have been given 10 business days to comply.
The ATO's cybersecurity is set to get a boost under a $20 million agreement with Macquarie Telecom Group.
Across the festive season we'll be reprising some of our best articles from 2019. Today we revisit the LPGA's call for more cyber support from Canberra.
Cybersecurity will remain the top priority for US state CIOs for the seventh year in a row next year, according to a national survey.
The UK House of Commons has posted a job listing for a Director of Cyber Security to oversee UK Parliament's cybersecurity function.
Digital Rights Watch is calling on local governments to sign up to an international declaration aimed at protecting residents' and visitors' digital rights.