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Australia's Crime Stoppers partners Kaspersky Lab for online safety

The Russian cybersecurity firm has formed a new online cyber safety partnership with Crime Stoppers that aims to teach Australians how to be safe from online crime.

?Australian pollies shut down calls for transparency over data use

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica Facebook data misuse controversy, the Australian Greens had its motion for transparency over politician data use blocked in the Senate.

Mark Zuckerberg outlines Facebook's response to Cambridge Analytica controversy

After several days of silence, the Facebook founder and CEO calls the incident a "breach of trust"

Dropbox updates its vulnerability disclosure policy to protect researchers

The cloud-based company aims to set an example for other businesses after realizing security researchers have faced "decades of abuse, threats, and bullying"

Google bolsters security tools on Google Cloud, G Suite

Google wants its customers to know that it's emphasizing products that protect an organization's sensitive data and assets.

Facebook Privacy Settings: A Complete Guide to Making Your Account More Secure

Despite the repeated privacy lapses, Facebook offers a fairly robust set of tools to control who knows what about you.

Life Fitness launches cloud gym management software

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The fitness equipment vendor is launching a software-as-service effort to improve gym management and reduce member churn.

Securing Facebook: Keep your data safe with these privacy settings

Facebook privacy settings explained: Don't let your personal information get in the wrong hands.

ManageEngine zero-day vulnerabilities impact three out of five Fortune 500's

Six vulnerabilities impacting ManageEngine products could have serious ramifications for the enterprise.

Google's Cloud Security Command Center Should Help Stop Data Leaks

Human error leads to countless leaky databases. But Google has some new protections in place to help cloud customers better help themselves.

IoT security spending to reach $1.5 billion in 2018

Gartner estimates that worldwide IoT security spending is set to climb this year in light of an escalation in attacks targeting IoT devices.

Artificial intelligence key to do 'more with less' in securing enterprise cloud services

iboss CEO Paul Martini tells us why AI and predictive analytics are crucial to reducing the burden on security staff in the enterprise.

Australian government considers approach to cybersecurity 'world-leading'

A prime minister that understands the seriousness of cybersecurity combined with cross-government and public-private information sharing initiatives has sent Australia to the fore, according to Minister for Law Enforcement and Cyber Security Angus Taylor.

Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix Suspended Amid Scandals

Alexander Nix has been suspended until further notice and replaced by Cambridge's head of data, Alexander Tayler.

?Public-private cybersecurity centre open for business in Sydney

The fourth of five Joint Cyber Security Centres has officially opened in Sydney, a year after the first was unveiled in Brisbane.

UpGuard aims to automate breach discovery with new security tool

With BreachSight, UpGuard says businesses can detect and respond to breaches faster after they occur.

SmartThings ADT Home Security: Where smarts meet security

Samsung and ADT have a product that combines smart home functionality with home security.

Alphabet's 'Outline' Homebrew VPN Software Offers Open-Source, Easy Set-Up Privacy For the Masses

Alphabet tech incubator Jigsaw wants to make it easy to run your own, more private virtual private network.

Telegram forced to give encryption keys to Russian authorities

The founder of the encrypted messaging app said threats to block the app "won't bear fruit."

Orbitz says hacker stole two years' worth of customer data

The travel booking site said about 880,000 payment cards were affected.

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