Lurid reports of Chinese hacking omit that we engage in exactly the same — and occasionally worse — cyber-espionage.
Stung by the loss of a trove of hacking tools, the US government has made public its rules for how it handles discoveries of flaws in computer systems used by businesses and consumers worldwide.
While endlessly talking about the importance of cybersecurity, the government has an all-care-no-responsibility attitude toward its defence data.
Cybersecurity agencies like the Australian Signals Directorate make us less safe with their determination to engage in cyber "offence".
By collecting and using vulnerabilities in widely used software, our own intelligence agencies pose a double threat to business -- while governments preach cybersecurity.
The vast mass surveillance system established by the National Security Agency and its partners like Australia aren't about stopping terrorist attacks but about helping our companies make a buck. New documents from WikiLeaks show how.
The response to the Snowden revelations in Australia has demonstrated how backward our politicians and media are on national security and surveillance.
The latest Snowden revelations about Australia reveal how surveillance is aimed at economic espionage - despite the Prime Minister's claims otherwise.