Matthew Wilson has five job openings he can't fill at his small, Canberra-based company. And that's right now, never mind the rest of the year.
A cyber attack against a major cloud computing firm could cause as much financial damage as Hurricane Sandy or Hurricane Katrina, the World Economic Forum and risk manager Marsh have warned.
The next time you do the shopping you will probably leave behind a lot more than your money.
If you had any doubts that criminals were in investing in technology, then this will allay those concerns.
One of Australia's largest home and contents insurers has suspended a new online feature that made private details about the security of peoples' homes publicly accessible, including whether monitored alarm systems were installed on their premises.
Poop that mimics your facial expressions was just the beginning.
Apple customers have discovered a significant security flaw in the latest version of the operating system for Mac computers that allows anyone to log in without a password, potentially making private user data vulnerable.
Hundreds of the world’s top websites routinely track a user’s every keystroke, mouse movement and input, putting personal data at risk.
Since February 2, 2011, I've ordered from Domino's Pizza on 60 separate occasions.
Hundreds of thousands of Australian Uber riders and thousands of local Uber drivers have been caught up in the breach that the ride-sharing company concealed for more than a year.
Why won't the password just go away? The silly pet names, movie titles or sports teams that many people punch in to get into their online accounts are a weak spot that hackers continue to puncture. Google has a new pragmatic solution.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been reprimanded by one of the world's most respected internet security professionals for his comments on encryption, and for his push to force tech companies to allow police access to encrypted communications, which critics say will not be possible to implement.
Domino's customers left steaming after company fails to disclose data leak.
A security flaw could render your home network as readable as the Wi-Fi at a coffee shop.
Professional services company Accenture inadvertently exposes huge sets of potentially sensitive data, including that of Caltex Australia.
Someone had been drinking the Turnbull Kool-Aid in Willoughby this morning, with Today Show Extra co-host Sonia Kruger welcoming with open arms the prime minister's push for a national facial recognition database.
Apple has released more details about the iPhone X's Face ID feature, publishing a new privacy site which addresses some of the concerns that people have had since the face-scanning feature was announced.
Frequent visitors to popular torrent site The Pirate Bay are up in arms after the site secretly added a feature to the site that sapped users' CPU resources to mine cryptocurrency.
BlueBorne would not require a user to click on a link or download a file as it spreads silently via Bluetooth-enabled devices.
The Australian government wants new powers to access encrypted communications, but do they need them?