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Cyber researcher warns govt & tech sector to brace for more attacks as Covid lockdowns linger

28/05/2020 Shahida Sweeney Government

These attacks were highlighted in a new Threat Intelligence report by the UK-based security firm, NTT, which offered a snapshot of the current global threatscape across Australia, the APAC region, Europe, and North America. 

The May report warned that cyber actors are continuing to exploit the pandemic to launch malicious and highly targeted attacks. 

GovTech Weekly News Wrap – 28 May

27/05/2020 Anonymous Government

Australia

The ACCC has announced the launch of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) Register and Accreditation Application Platform (RAAP), considered the “IT backbone” of the new data-sharing mandate. Open banking, the first cab off the rank for the CDR, will launch on 1 July this year.

SA Health tackles Covid-19 with remote collaboration deployment

20/05/2020 Shahida Sweeney Government

With the state’s coronavirus numbers trending downward, SA Health said it would continue to build out its remote working capability even after Covid-19 is brought under control.

The remote access arrangements support staff working from home, on the road, or clinicians practising social distancing.

ABS data release to aid post-Covid recovery

06/05/2020 Shahida Sweeney Government

The data, available from May, offers a snapshot of Australia’s health, safety, and social trends, together with trading, retail data, and economic-labour market analyses.

Quantifying the impact of Covid-19 is critical to economic recovery, said Dr David Gruen, the Bureau’s chief statistician.

Movers & Shakers, Government Sector | April–May, 2020

05/05/2020 Anonymous Government

The Federal Government has appointed Neville Power to chair its National Covid-19 Coordination Commission (NCC). The Commission will advise the Prime Minister on non-health aspects of the pandemic response. Power is a former Fortescue chief executive and current Perth Airport Chairman.