CommsWire - 6 November 2019

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Data breaches worst in Australia, says Cisco - but beware ‘cybersecurity fatigue’
Cisco’s annual Asia Pacific Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Benchmark Study says that data breaches are costing Australian businesses more than those in any other country in the region.

Microsoft, Nokia collaborate to accelerate digital transformation 
Microsoft and Nokia have announced a strategic collaboration aimed at accelerating transformation and innovation across industries with cloud, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.

US government looks to compensate US telcos who have installed Chinese gear
The US Government seems likely to compensate smaller US regional carriers who installed equipment from Huawei and ZTE before these vendors were banned.

Government wants to know what you look like when watching porn (Opinion)
The Australian Government wants to know what you look like when you are watching porn online so that it can use its face verification system to deny access to those below the legal age.