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Cyber interference with political process now a threat to be reckoned with

The 2016 Threat Report, released yesterday by the Australian Cyber Security Centre, is clear about what it views as perhaps the most troubling trend in the cyber domain: the contest over information. The control, security and credibility of information is central to the cyber domain. Financial markets operate smoothly because the public has confidence in the integrity of online banking information.
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