NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced mandatory requirements for goverment agencies to source equipment from approved suppliers following a serious data leak.
Frameworks for data sharing, as opposed to data release, need to be developed to preserve users' personal information while maximising utility and benefits.
Darwin will comply with best practice in the gathering, storage and analysis of data collected through its smart technology, said the city's lord mayor.
The Department of Human Services' second digital forensics lab will support the agency's efforts to stamp out welfare fraud.
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has uncovered major issues during an audit of 23 federal agencies' cybersecurity risk management practices.
The NSW Electoral Commission will provide qualified reviewers with access to components of the code of the iVote online voting platform to scan for vulnerabilities.
US state and local government agencies have been urged to take steps to protect their systems against the increasing threat posed by ransomware.
Nearly half of security professionals at public sector organisations in markets including Australia say attackers will breach their network every time they try.
All uniformed first responder officers will be equipped with body-worn cameras, increasing the Queensland Police Service's body-worn camera fleet to 7700.
The 41st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners will be held in Tirana, Albania, from 20–24 October 2019.
The merger between or reshuffling of functions of two public sector organisations provides a significant opportunity for attackers, the ACSC has warned.
The US National Association of State CIOs has endorsed a proposed Bill that would provide additional resources for state governments' cybersecurity efforts.
The organisation representing the mayors of all US cities with populations of over 30,000 has passed a resolution not to pay ransomware.
The UK Information Commissioner's Office has deep concerns about the rollout of live face recognition technology by the nation's police forces.
An audit into three corporate Commonwealth entities has found that Australia Post is significantly lacking in cyber resilience.