The Prime Minister loves encryption, but it's not for you.
A new "Cyber Security Centre"? Do we really need it? Crikey's Canberra correspondent details why you shouldn't believe the hype on the risks of cyber warfare and cybercrime.
Yesterday Australia's only national newswire, Australian Associated Press, was brought almost to a standstill by a cyber attack stemming from China, writes Isabelle Oderberg.
Stephen Conroy slams Google for its hypocritical stance on the government's proposed internet filter. But the Minister has a little China problem of his own.
Newswire the Australian Associated Press was hit by a denial of service attack from China yesterday, Business Spectator reveals.
Insiders reveal that NATO, the EU and the US are stepping up their online security, in the face of an ever-increasing number of cyber attacks from China -- 1.6 billion a month on US government agencies alone.
Last week’s Operation Titstorm attacks by online activist group "Anonymous" brought down the Parliament House website for three days. One cyber hacker tells Crikey just how easy it was to do.
When Google announced last week that it was targeted by a cyber attack originating from China it certainly got media attention. But transnational cyber attacks are widespread, and China isn't necessarily Australia's biggest problem.
Russian hackers have stolen tens of millions of dollars from Citibank, according to US government sources, but the bank is in heavy denial mode.
The hacking of the Melbourne International Film Festival website is a form of cyber terrorism and should be of concern to the Chinese government and Australia-China relations, says Catherine A Yeung.