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- ASG secures $11M “digital-first” deal with National Audit Office July 17, 2018ASG has secured a $11 million contract to execute on the Australian National Audit Office’s (ANAO) “digital-first” approach, in a three-year deal designed to drive adoption. Terms of the agreement will see the provider offer cloud and desktop services for the duration of the contract, as part of a widespread business transformation strategy.
- Defence Department's power grab surprises researchers July 17, 2018The federal government is proposing sweeping new powers that would give the Department of Defence unprecedented control over international research partnerships. The proposals, announced in a last-minute submission from the department to a review of the Defence Trade Controls Act, are the latest in a series of moves by the government to strengthen its national […]
- The Australian government opens its fourth joint cybersecurity center July 17, 2018With an aim to protect its energy and resources sector, the state of Western Australia recently opened a Joint Cyber Security Center (JCSC). The public-private partnership center located in Perth is the first of its kind in Western Australia and fourth in Australia. The new facility will enable cybersecurity experts from government organizations and universities […]
- Noventus Pty Ltd appointed to Defence’s new ICT Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) Panel July 17, 2018Noventus Pty Ltd of Melbourne Australia has successfully been appointed to the Department of Defence’s new ICT Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) panel. Involvement in this new panel builds on the Noventus growing portfolio of achievements for Defence’s Chief Information Officers Group (CIOG). Noventus is already well established elsewhere in the Defence Industry...
- Seven cloud vendors lining up for government security clearance July 17, 2018The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) have revealed there are currently seven cloud providers undertaking certification that would allow them to provide cloud services to federal government entities. In response to a question taken on notice by Australia's Cyber Coordinator Alastair MacGibbon from Senate Estimates in May,....
- PH, Aussie navies to hold security activity July 17, 2018Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan—Two Australian navy patrol boats arrived here Monday to participate in a Maritime Security Activity to enhance training, interoperability, and cooperation against terrorism and kidnapping within Palawan’s water lanes. Capt. Cherryl Tindog, chief of the Public Affairs Office of the Western Command, said the Royal Australian Navy patrol boats would participate in the […]
- The US Air Force's $15,000 toilet cover July 17, 2018To the US Air Force, it's a "cover-centre wall, troop compartment latrine ... required to protect the aircraft from corrosion damage in the latrine area." To the rest of us, it's a toilet cover. And until recently, it had a price tag of $10,000 (NZ$14,760). Officials said last week that the US Air Force paid […]
- UK unveils next-generation jet fighter during Farnborough Airshow July 17, 2018On 16 July, during the Farnborough International Airshow 2018, for the first time was unveiled a concept of next-generation jet fighter developing as a part of Future Combat Air Concept programme. The mock-up of newly fighter jet was unveiled at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018. The new aircraft, nicknamed the Tempest, is a joint venture […]
- Donald Trump Sides With Vladimir Putin Over Russia's Cyber Attack on U.S. Elections: 'A Good Competitor He Is' July 17, 2018Following his highly-anticipated one-on-one meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, President Donald Trump lashed out at Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russian cyber attack on the 2016 U.S. election and credited Putin with a forceful denial of any wrongdoing. “I have great confidence in my intelligence people, but I will tell […]