Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear – Security- Tempemail

Palo Alto Networks has issued patches for a critical authentication bypass in several of its enterprise security products that was reported to the security vendor by two Monash University infosec staff. The flaw, discovered by cybersecurity systems analyst Salman Khan and systems engineer Cameron Duck at Monash University, rates 10 Continue Reading

NSW Health deploys Microsoft Teams to all 140,000 staff – Cloud – Software- Tempemail

NSW Health has equipped more than 100,000 staff with Microsoft Teams since the federal and state government ramped up their public health response to the coronavirus pandemic in March. The department’s digital arm, eHealth NSW, on Monday said all of its more than 140,000 staff now had access to the Continue Reading

CBA to relocate IT staff, innovation labs to new offices from August – Finance – Training & Development- Tempemail

The Commonwealth Bank will re-home its technology teams and innovation labs at South Eveleigh in Sydney from August after the new building they are housed in reached practical completion. Site developer Mirvac said in a statement that ‘The Foundry’, a six-storey, 9,000sqm “groundscraper”, is now complete. “The Foundry is set Continue Reading

Hackers Target Military and Aerospace Staff by Posing as HRs Offering Jobs – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers today took the wraps off a new sophisticated cyber-espionage campaign directed against aerospace and military organizations in Europe and the Middle East with an aim to spy on key employees of the targeted firms and, in some case, even to siphon money. The campaign, dubbed “Operation In(ter)ception” because Continue Reading

The Star uses SAP and DocuSign to sign nearly 7000 staff up to JobKeeper – Software- Tempemail

The Star Entertainment Group set up almost 7000 eligible employees on the government’s JobKeeper support scheme in less than a week using technology from SAP and DocuSign. Following government restrictions on March 22, the ASX-listed group – which owns and operates The Star Sydney, The Star Gold Coast and Treasury Continue Reading

Six former eBay staff charged with cyberstalking – Security- Tempemail

Six former eBay employees, including its former senior director of safety and security, have been charged with leading a cyberstalking campaign against bloggers that company executives viewed as being critical of eBay. The US Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said alleged harassment carried out by the six included “anonymous, Continue Reading

Coronavirus: Patients refusing treatment because of fake news on social media, NHS staff warn- Tempemail

Social media companies are putting lives at risk by failing to “detox” their platforms of misinformation about public health issues such as coronavirus, NHS staff have warned. Some Covid-19 patients have been rushed to intensive care after delaying seeking medical help for symptoms because of fake news about the disease, Continue Reading

NAB tells staff to up their digital and data game – Finance – Training & Development – Software- Tempemail

NAB’s chief people officer Susan Ferrier. NAB placed extra emphasis on having its 40,000 staff develop their data and digital skills while on lockdown, converting thousands of training programs to run online in the process. Chief people officer Susan Ferrier told SAP’s virtual Sapphire Now conference that the bank saw Continue Reading

Toll Group attackers accessed personal and payroll data of staff – Security- Tempemail

Toll Group has confirmed its latest encounter with ransomware enabled attackers to “access” personal and payroll details of current and former staff in several countries, though it says there’s “no evidence” the data was “taken”. In an update late Thursday – its first in over a week – the company Continue Reading

Toll Group confirms attackers ‘accessed’ personal and payroll data of staff – Security- Tempemail

Toll Group has confirmed its latest encounter with ransomware enabled attackers to “access” personal and payroll details of current and former staff in several countries, though it says there’s “no evidence” the data was “taken”. In an update late Thursday – its first in over a week – the company Continue Reading