Australia Establishes Rapid Cyber Assistance Teams for Pacific Islands’ Security

Australia has allocated $26.2 million to establish rapid assistance teams for cyber crises in the Pacific region and an additional $16.7 million to identify cyber vulnerabilities in the Pacific Islands. This move comes after Australia and the United States made a commitment last month. This content is only available to subscribers. Register now for free access to Australia’s top business IT content and a daily news bulletin in your inbox. Already have an account? Log in to read this article.

Unlock your business potential with our expert guidance. Get in touch now!

fraud-detection-adobe.jpg

NCA Faces Backlash for Targeting LockBit Gang Leaders

AdobeStock_637240622.jpeg

Top 5 Free Accounting Software Picks for 2024

cyber-security-attack-virus-malware-Skorzewiak-adobe.jpg

Surge in Cyber Attacks, Including Ransomware, Observed Among ConnectWise Users

AdobeStock_263924576.jpeg

Top 6 Accounting Software Choices for Freelancers

post-office-building-old-street-clrcrmck.jpg

Disgraced Post Office CEO has CBE stripped by King Charles

tr_20240222-australian-cyber-security-pros-state-sponsored-attacks.jpg

State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks: A Concern for Cyber Security Professionals

remote-home-work-video-conference-adobe.png

Concerns Rise among Cybersecurity Experts Due to ‘Insignificant’ ConnectWise Vulnerabilities