US Government stories
SimSpace appoints Clint Sand as new Chief Product Officer
Clint Sand steps into role as Chief Product Officer at SimSpace, tasked with boosting the company's cybersecurity platform.
New IBM & NCS partnership to fortify Singapore's data
IBM and NCS partnership to offer quantum-safe, privacy-enhancing services to Singapore's public agencies and enterprises.
Australia aims to become global cybersecurity leader by 2030
Australia intensifies its cybersecurity measures with ambitions of becoming a global frontrunner in digital protection initiatives by 2030.
Artificial intelligence in business: What will 2024 bring?
WalkMe's CTO, Uzi Dvir, shares his 2024 tech predictions, spotlighting the pivotal role of AI in the business landscape.
FreeBSD Foundation introduces SSDF Attestation for secure software development
FreeBSD Foundation launches SSDF Attestation, simplifying secure software development for vendors and cloud providers.
Aqua Security only vendor that can meet US EO requirements
Aqua Security helps software vendors meet compliance requirements of US Executive Order 14028, improving cybersecurity and preventing cyber incidents.
Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia as CEO of Mandiant
Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia, CEO of Mandiant and cybersecurity expert, to its board and forms a Security Advisory Council to advise on emerging threats.
U.S. face meets egg – used telecom tech to spy on own allies
Huawei revels in a ‘gotcha’ moment in the wake of The Washington Post’s revelation that the US Govt used backdoors in CIA-owned tech company to spy on allies.
Twitter hacked - up to 250,000 accounts compromised
Twitter blogged yesterday that an attack took place over 'just a few moments' before it was noticed by Twitter staff and shut it down.
New Zealand's Enterprise Tech Summary: Week ending Sat 2nd Feb 2013
Another exciting week has wrapped up here at NZET, Here's a summary of the news stories that were biggest in NZ this week.
Fibre Watch: To Sydney, via Beijing?
Does a planned Chinese-backed trans-Tasman fibre cable really raise security concerns?.
Is it time to break up Google?
Executive chairman to face Senate panel this week in anti-competitive probe.
New porn site suffix expected to go ahead
The creation of a new .xxx domain, dedicated exclusively to websites containing pornographic content is likely to be announced today.
US to have less control over the Internet
The US government is expected relinquish much of its control over the Internet in the coming days when it signs a new agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).