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Australia Post is to work with the Australian federal government to create a digital identity platform to improve access to government agency. 22 May 2017
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Banks can expect financial regulators to take a deeper interest in the IT risks they are exposed to, and the measures they have put in place to address those risks, under new guidelines issued by the European Banking Authority (EBA). 16 May 2017
A major ransomware attack over the weekend is a warning to organisations that they face a "crippling impact" to their operations if they fail to take basic measures to protect the security of critical systems and data, an expert in cyber risk has said. 15 May 2017
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