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Google wants Australia to remove civil penalties from CLOUD Act-readying Bill

The search giant believes the imposition of a mandatory obligation to comply with an international production order is contrary to the purpose of the CLOUD Act. “Google wants Australia to remove civil penalties from CLOUD Act-readying Bill” was written by [email protected] (Unknown) at ZDNET.com on April 30, 2020 10:47 pm. Original Post URL: https://www.zdnet.com/article/google-wants-australia-to-remove-civil-penalties-from-cloud-act-readying-bill/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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Labor floats active cyber defence and a civilian cyber corps for Australia

Labor proposes a public health approach, to cybersecurity, addressing the risk and susceptibility of the whole nation to cyber attack, not just critical infrastructure or ‘big-ticket capabilities’. “Labor floats active cyber defence and a civilian cyber corps for Australia” was written by [email protected] (Unknown) at ZDNET.com on April 30, 2020 9:36 pm. Original Post URL: https://www.zdnet.com/article/labor-floats-active-cyber-defence-and-a-civilian-cyber-corps-for-australia/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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DHS CISA to provide DoH and DoT servers for government use

The US Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced today that it intends to run DoH (DNS-over-HTTPS) and DoT (DNS-over-TLS) DNS resolution servers for official government use, however, it advises agencies to disable DoH and DoT support on employees’ browsers until official CISA servers are available. The agency issued a memorandum

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NSW Police signs new tech deal, backs International Protections Orders Bill

The New South Wales Police Force has forged a new technology partnership with New York-based Mark43. The partnership will see the force adopt the company’s cloud-based records management software and its computer aided dispatch system, through Unisys Australia. See also: NSW Police signs six-year biometric identification deal “Mark43’s records management system provides the most intuitive,

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Zero Trust, Microsegmentation, Whitelisting, Oh My…

Zero trust is a comprehensive approach to securing all access across your networks, applications, and environment.  Because applications are at the center of modern business, driving productivity and revenue; the protection of the entire application stack or workload is critical.  Organizations are deploying more workloads than ever before and running them in more locations across

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Ransomware mentioned in 1,000+ SEC filings over the past year

Image: ZDNet // Catalin Cimpanu A growing number of public companies are now listing ransomware as a forward-looking risk factor in documents filed with the US Securities Exchange Commission. More than 1,000 documents mentioning ransomware as a risk factor have been filed over the last 12 months, and more than 700 in 2020 alone, with

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Brian Heater

Smartphone shipments dropped 13% globally, and COVID-19 is to blame

We knew it was going to be bad — but not necessarily “lowest level since 2013” bad. As Apple was busy reporting its earnings, Canalys just dropped some of its own figures — and they’re not pretty. After two quarters of much-needed growing, the global smartphone market just took a big hit. And you no

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Sarah Perez

Walmart is piloting a pricier 2-hour ‘Express’ grocery delivery service

Record usage of grocery delivery services amid the COVID-19 pandemic has led to delayed orders, fewer open delivery windows, and an inability to even book a delivery time slot, on occasion. Walmart now hopes to capitalize on the increased demand for speedier delivery with the introduction of a new service that allows consumers to pay

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Frederic Lardinois

Microsoft opens registration for its free, online Build 2020 developer conference

Microsoft has now opened the registration for the virtual edition of its online-only Build 2020 developer conference, which will take place from May 19 to 20. Typically, the event draws over 6,000 developers, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, that’s obviously not an option. In contrast to Google, which completely scrapped its I/O developer conference

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