Kim Duffy, former managing director of Internet Security Systems (ISS), has resigned from his post, replaced immediately by former ISS national business development manager Simon Ractliffe.
Stories by Michael Crawford
Online recruitment site Seek Australia has signed a deal with Web analytics firm Omniture to track the effectiveness of Seek advertising campaigns and deliver a tailored online experience for users.
The NSW Department of Health and the Swift financial transaction network have both received gongs at the 2006 Australian Big Brother Awards, dubbed "The Orwells".
ANZ bank and Telstra have partnered to develop ATM and payphone kiosks under a pilot program across five suburbs in Melbourne, with the first kiosk being opened today in the Melbourne suburb of Bentleigh.
Both the private and public sectors have begun increasing permanent staff, with the resources boom in Western Australia and Australia's stable economy making it the ideal location in the Asia Pacific.
Image-based spam now accounts for more than one-third of all spam clogging the Internet.
Customers beware when buying an approved Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCIDSS) solution. It may be approved but implementing the solution doesn't mean customers are immediately compliant, according to a PCIDSS accredited auditor.
Dell and Symantec have partnered on an e-mail and instant messaging hardware and software offering designed to reduce information technology risk.
Security firm Sophos has discovered a phishing scam trolling for user passwords to access MySpace pages.
Outsourcing firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) claims it has become the first Indian IT company to net $1 billion in revenues in one financial quarter (Q3 ending December 31, 2006) and post a 40 percent revenue increase year on year
The Australian Government Antarctic Division (AGAD) is tendering for a storage area network (SAN) due to a massive growth in data at a rate of eight terabytes annually.
Nearly half of all information technology companies in Australia plan to increase permanent staff during the March 2007 quarter, according to a survey released today.
Claims worldwide spam levels have declined 30 percent over the Christmas period due to the loss of one botnet are so far unfounded.
The Department of Communications, Information Technology and The Arts (DCITA) is tendering for a brains trust to provide advice on future information technology purchases and technological direction.
RSA Security has discovered a phishing toolkit for sale online designed to post legitimate and actual content on a fraudulent URL in real time.