Kaspersky warns new ‘Red Star ATP’ targets governments

By Julian Bajkowski Leading independent online and computer security firm and research house Kaspersky Lab has cautioned that governments and public institutions are among the intended targets of a newly discovered relaunch of an Advanced Persistent Threat (ATP) dubbed NetTravelers. The emergence of the new variant is a concern for public sector agencies because it […]

Feds propose agency requirement to support Open Document Format

By Julian Bajkowski The once mighty proprietary influence of Microsoft over government software and operating environment standards has been dealt a further blow after the Australian Government Information Management Office revealed that it now wants the Open Document Format to be supported as a file standard in productivity application suites used by most federal agencies. […]

Tax Commissioner faces grilling

By Julian Bajkowski A claimed rise in complaints to the Commonwealth Ombudsman about the Australian Taxation Office is set to take centre stage today when Taxation Commissioner Michael D’Ascenzo comes before the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit (JCPAA) this morning. In a curtain raiser to what is anticipated to be a fiesty exchange, […]


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