Analysts urge ransomware counter-attack

Australia needs to launch more online attacks against cybercriminals to reduce ransomware attacks, technology security analysts have warned.

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Amazon faces possible $US425m fine

An EU privacy regulator has proposed a fine of more than $US425m against Amazon which would be the biggest-yet penalty under the bloc’s privacy law.

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End ransom crime now

Tacking ransomware criminals may be on government to-do lists, but it should be top billing.

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Apple to go harder on privacy updates

Apple has upped the ante against Facebook by announcing expanded privacy features at its annual developers’ conference.

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Apple flags huge software updates

Apple has spent two hours announcing an avalanche of new software features coming to iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch and Apple TV.

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Ransomware hackers paralyse multiple Australian companies

At least seven Australian companies are among dozens infected with the same ransomware that last week crippled the world’s biggest meat company.

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Bitcoin continues downward slide

Bitcoin’s vulnerability to statements and tweets by Elon Musk must worry investors.

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First Atari console for 25 years goes on sale

Retro games consoles have become a craze and Atari is joining the action.

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Pinchy Spider accused of JBS cyberattack

Russian-based Pinchy Spider has emerged as a likely culprit in the crippling JBS meat works outbreak impacting Australia.

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Digital tariffs war heats up

The US will impose tariffs on the UK and five other countries in response to their taxes on US tech firms, but will temporarily suspend the levies.

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Amazon faces 75,000 arbitration demands

The retail giant is no longer steering customers away from the court system.

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