Enterprise tech firm Kaseya has confirmed that around than 1,500 businesses were impacted as a result of an attack on its remote device management software, which was used to spread ransomware.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), alongside its Council of Financial Regulators partners — RBA, Treasury, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission — has been looking into a potential central bank digital currency (CBDC).
The official website of a Mongolian certification authority (CA) was harboring malware and facilitated downloads of a backdoored client to users.
Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 last week and has now shared the first few features and UI changes with testers in the Windows Insider program.
When the government puts a call out for submissions on the future of finance in Australia, mentioning the words “cryptocurrency” and “blockchain” in its terms of reference, it should come as no surprise the responses include plans on how to profit from mining bitcoin and testimony that crypto is not just a Ponzi scheme.
An Asian industry group that includes Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter has warned that tech companies could stop offering their services in Hong Kong if it continued ahead with plans to change privacy and doxxing laws.
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The Australian government has announced it is helping local space manufacturers expand their supply chains globally through its AU$1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI).
Japan’s Ministry of Defense has announced plans to bolster its cybersecurity unit by bringing on additional personnel to help defend against increasingly sophisticated attacks.
A six-month trial that used lidar sensors at a busy intersection in Victoria has shown the technology has the potential to warn road users in real time about upcoming hazards.