The Federal Government has announced a $1.9 million package to “address the critical shortfall in skilled cyber-security professionals,” according to a government release.

Tactical cyber-security and planning is taking a front seat across industry and government, against a backdrop of growing threats, according to a recent ASX report.

A new cyber-security node is being rolled out 1st July in Canberra, following on from an earlier launch in Melbourne this year by the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network.

Minister for defence Industry, Christopher Pyne, has unveiled a $730 million next-generation technologies funding program to boost defence capability and innovation.

Australia’s cyber-defence planning comes under scrutiny during a briefing planned for political parties in Canberra next month.

Political parties will gain a first-hand look at cyber-security planning during a February Canberra briefing that has been flagged by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has appointed Alastair MacGibbon as Australia’s “first cyber-security adviser.” He will assist the PM, Malcolm Turnbull, on cyber-defence strategies. 

Sydney forum clarifies NSW’s Digital + 2016 strategy, together with fresh insights shared by Minister Victor Dominello and other senior official that are discussing the future of government, technologies-of-choice, and policy reforms.

Citi UK's Senior Vice President of Cyber-Security speaks to FST Media about how the advent of biometric security will shape the way in which we interact with banks.

Cyber resilience is "one of the most significant concerns" for the financial services industry, according to a new report released by ASIC.

New Department of Defence modernisation budget capped at $42.4 billion over 7 years. Moves to tackle cyber-attacks and space surveillance in a more vulnerable environment.