It is not every day that the world’s biggest heavy metal act comes Down Under. So fans wasted no time when the first pre-sale for Metallica's concerts opened on Friday, hitting Ticketek in record numbers for this financial year.
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iiNet is planning to give consumers access to a free Australian online security centre to help them correct basic problems and reduce inbound technical calls to the ISP.
The Internet does not have its own sovereignty, and governments have a right to filter online content, according to China Digital Strategist, Kaiser Kuo.
Police across Australia will crack down on child pornography with an image matching platform in development in Queensland that is set to go national at the end of the year.
Businesses can use an encrypted software key to save time dealing with up to 12 State and Federal government agencies for financial reporting and to access services from next week.
Some of the world’s greatest minds in IT security will gather in Queensland’s Gold Coast for the annual AusCERT conference this month.
Google has joined the telecommunications industry in reacting warmly to a study that concludes the National Broadband Network (NBN) can be implemented for less than $43 billion with a mix of fibre, wireless and satellite technologies.
Website defacements are nothing new, and are a rather trifling concern for security managers. They are low-hanging fruit, and the artworks of budding professional hackers and would-be penetration testers.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) will not be a cash cow for Internet Service Providers, according to a BBY financial analyst.
Optus spokesman Maha Krishnapillai has told Telstra to “get out of the way” of the National Broadband Network (NBN) adding it will succeed without its help.
Telstra (ASX: TLS) has used colourful language to describe a report that claims it is not required for the success of the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Up to 800 Melbourne Telstra workers took part in a strike over pay and staff cuts today, cutting off access to a T-Life shop and vowing to continue action across the country.
iiNet and an entourage of movie studios must wait for the verdict on who will foot the bill for their much-publicised legal stoush following an adjournment in the Federal Court of Australia today.
Melbourne Telstra workers will strike Wednesday morning in opposition to the telco's pay rise offers and a pending decision to axe 900 jobs.
A hacker has busted the security of eight Victorian Government websites in a string of minor attacks on Sunday.