As IT booms, great tech talent still looking for a home The Australian Financial Review
Cyber criminals have ramped up their efforts to scam Australians in a variety of ways, and yet Australians are reluctant to talk about cyber security.
The department has told operators “prompt action is required” and the bill will be brought directly to the Parliament without any exposure draft. The government is looking to have the bill passed before Christmas. According to King Wood Mallesons partner Chen…
Australia is warming to its role as an unlikely world leader in attempting to keep a check on the runaway market power of Google and Facebook. But there may be a high price to pay.
Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives barely blinked as US tech stocks dove in Thursday trading in New York.
Technology shares fell sharply, dragging all three major US benchmarks lower. ASX futures plunge more than 2.3pc. $A drops 0.8pc.
The federal government was involved in 436 incidents and the states 367. Critical infrastructure such as electricity, health and communications providers – which will be subjected to new stringent cyber-security requirements – made up 35 per cent of incidents.
Aconex’s Leigh Jasper, Salta Capital’s David Tarascio, Andrew Sypkes and Ian Beatty are giving start-ups a way to offer early investors and employees liquidity.
These are dedicated “good guys”; hackers who safeguard the nation’s virtual business and government infrastructure from those enemies whose objectives can range from the destruction of our utilities to gathering intelligence for themselves or our foreign adve…
What do you get when you marry big data with the TV guide? The ability to predict when people will want pizza.
Three other buy now, pay later providers – Sezzle, Openpay and Splitit – reported on Monday in the shadows of Afterpay and Zip, and show the ASX-listed sector is going global.
The technology entrepreneur is poised to cornerstone an equity raising for another potential next big thing.