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Cyber Security for Government Summit 2022

The Cyber-Security for Government Summit offers an in-depth look at how national and international organisations are building their cyber-defences, in an increasingly vulnerable environment. This event is tailored for organisations that are building their cyber-defence capabilities, as the cyber-threats and intrusions escalate. The agenda is tailored for cyber and information security professionals directly responsible for …

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Tech in Gov 2022

This is Australia’s leading, in-person, B2B event for government ICT managers. Over two days, Tech in Gov unites buyers such as ICT Managers, Chief Information, Data, Technology and Security Officers from Federal, State and Local Government, government business enterprises and national critical infrastructure and connects them with leading industry solution providers who showcase the most …

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2nd Data-Driven Government Conference

2nd Data-Driven Government Conference

Data offers unparalleled opportunities for the governments to enhance their decision-making, service delivery, operations, economic policies, and the quality of life of their citizens. The MENA region’s governments have set strategic goals to position themselves as digital leaders and spearhead the data analytics utilization. As they have realized the importance of data, they have established …

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Joint Report on Publicly Available Hacking Tools

A report by international cyber security authorities highlights the use of five publicly available hacking tools and techniques, observed in recent cyber incidents around the world.

The report is a collaborative research effort by the cyber security authorities of five nations: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and USA.

‘Reports like this demonstrate our ability to pull together cyber security experts from across the globe, to give people a better understanding of what’s out there and how they can better defend their networks,’ said Alastair MacGibbon, Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

‘Tools and techniques for exploiting networks and the data they hold are by no means limited for use by nation states or criminals on the dark web.’