Journal

The last two decades have seen a fundamental shift in the manufacturing, sourcing and operation of technology, which has raised concerns in state security agencies about the cyber security risk to government and critical infrastructure. Governments are now increasingly resorting to an approach of technology Balkanization. We propose an alternative to technology Balkanization by combining trustworthy engineering approaches with the use of a national security component we call a sanctum which...

September 2019

Journal

The last two decades have seen a fundamental shift in the manufacturing, sourcing and operation of technology, which has raised concerns in state security agencies about the cyber security risk to government and critical infrastructure. Governments are now increasingly resorting to an approach of technology Balkanization. We propose an alternative to technology Balkanization by combining trustworthy engineering approaches with the use of a national security component we call a sanctum which...

September 2019

Newsletter

China slams Australia over 'double standards' in cyber security China has taken a swipe at Australia over the country's encryption law, saying it was "baffling" how Canberra could on the one hand claim that other countries posed security threats, while on the other hand engage in acts that endangered the cyber security of other nations.

13th April 2019

Newsletter

China slams Australia over 'double standards' in cyber security China has taken a swipe at Australia over the country's encryption law, saying it was "baffling" how Canberra could on the one hand claim that other countries posed security threats, while on the other hand engage in acts that endangered the cyber security of other nations.

13th April 2019

Newsletter

Optus staff told to please customers or face sack: report The head of Australia's second biggest telecommunications company has told staff that they would be fired if they upset customers, a report claims. China’s Zhao re-elected to ITU top job China’s top telecoms providers may be in the US Government’s bad books but the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has re-elected China’s Houlin Zhao as Secretary-General.

3rd November 2018

Newsletter

FCC Chair to push for complete repeal of net neutrality US Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has unveiled a plan to push for the complete repeal of the net neutrality regulations which were put in place by the Obama administration.

24th November 2017

Newsletter

Telstra seals deal as ASX global connectivity partner Telstra has secured a deal with the Australian Stock Exchange as the connectivity partner for the ASX?s international network services. Australia to launch its own Space Agency Australia is to establish its own space agency with the federal government set to announce plans for the agency as it looks to cash in on the growing global space industry estimated to be worth $400 billion.

26th September 2017

Newsletter

Cloud gives Ethernet switch market a hammering The business market for Ethernet switches appears to be feeling the effect of cloud computing, with sales in the first quarter of 2017 falling 21% year-on-year and 12% quarter-on-quarter, data from research firm IDC shows.

28th July 2017

Newsletter

NBN rockets to new speed high in Gigabit wireless trial NBN Co is cock-a-hoop over a speed trial in which the network hit speeds of 1.1Gbps downstream and 165mbps upstream in a recent fixed wireless demonstration in Ballarat attended by CommsWire.

26th April 2017

Journal

This research addresses blackhole and selective forwarding routing attacks. These are fundamental security attacks on the routing of data in IoT networks.

March 2017