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Cyber security winners will be those that nurture talent - The Conversation

Thursday, 12 March 2015

The United Kingdom has estimated the global cyber security industry to be worth around US$200 billion per annum, and has created a strategy to place UK industry at the forefront of the global cyber security supply base, helping countries to combat cybercrime, cyber terrorism and state-sponsored espionage. Read more

Islamic State online recruitment likened to paedophile grooming - ABC radio

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Security analysts say Muslim parents need greater training to help stop their children becoming radicalised over the internet. Read more

ACT Attorney-General Simon Corbell goes quiet on metadata laws - Canberra Times

Saturday, 28 February 2015

The ACT attorney-general has gone quiet on Canberrans' right to online privacy after his federal party indicated it would back controversial metadata retention laws, despite previously championing the cause. Read more

Stop monkeying around with our metadata laws, prime minister - ZDNet

Thursday, 19 February 2015

There's something rather endearing, sweet even, about watching Prime Minister Tony Abbott explain Australia's "urgent" need for mandatory telecommunications data-retention laws. Read more