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Atlassian says encryption-busting law has damaged Australia's tech reputation | ZDNet

Atlassian says encryption-busting law has damaged Australia's tech reputation | ZDNet

By| July 27, 2020 -- 04:53 GMT (21:53 PDT)| Topic:Atlassian believes Australia's encryption-busting legislation continues to have a negative impact on the country's technology sector, both from the perspective of partnering with an Australian company and attracting tech talent down under. "The Act's passage has significantly degraded the global reputation of the Australian tech sector, as local companies and multinationals alike question whether actions compel them to the Act will degrade industry's ability to secure customer data and place their employees at individual peril," Atlassian...

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IBM researchers tout potential key to reversing antibiotic resistance | ZDNet

IBM researchers tout potential key to reversing antibiotic resistance | ZDNet

By| July 21, 2020 -- 10:00 GMT (03:00 PDT)| Topic:IBM has published research that it touts could hold the key to reversing antibiotic resistance."Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have transformed the world of medicine. They have prevented the spread of disease, saved countless lives, and curbed the effects of infectious epidemics," IBM said. "Unfortunately, antibiotics have also frequently been misused, which has led to one of the largest threats to global health, food security, and development: Antibiotic resistance."In a blog post, IBM explained that a new strategy...

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Email is biggest security risk, old devices aren't getting patched, and local cyber 'incidents' | ZDNet

Email is biggest security risk, old devices aren't getting patched, and local cyber 'incidents' | ZDNet

By| June 10, 2020 -- 06:20 GMT (23:20 PDT)| Topic:Email continues to be the most popular attack vector, with a report from Mimecast noting that just over half of those it monitors have experienced a ransomware attack in the past 12 months. In the State of Email Security 2020 , Mimecast summarised the results of a global survey of 1,025 IT decision makers along with the information it gathered from screening more than 1 billion emails a day. It said 51% have been impacted by ransomware in the past 12 months, 31% have experienced data loss due to lack of cyber resilience preparedness, 60%...

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International Production Orders Bill will give ASIO access to encrypted communications | ZDNet

International Production Orders Bill will give ASIO access to encrypted communications | ZDNet

By| May 4, 2020 -- 01:41 GMT (18:41 PDT)| Topic:Australia now has world-first encryption laws. This guide explains what the laws can do, what they cannot do, and how Australia ended up here.The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) has shown its support for the Bill, paving the way for Australia to obtain a with the United States for implementing the US Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (). In a [PDF] to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS), ASIO said the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (International Production Orders) Bill...

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