Trust in a Trustless World: What does data mistrust look like now and how can we overcome it?
Digital deceit and data privacy scandals plagued 2018, with everyone trying to keep up with expeditiously evolving platforms and technologies. […]
Decade of cybersecurity report could help reduce the future of cyber crime
Despite its reputation for aquamarine waters and harbours filled with super yachts, the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean has […]
Engineering identity from anonymity: Our work on risks of re-identification
As you’ve no doubt read, either through Algorithm or national news, data is everywhere. We create and consume data continuously. […]
This common action is putting you at risk of being deepfaked
As we move further into the Computer Age, fake news, digital deceit and widespread use of social media are having […]
AFP using AI innovation to protect investigators from abhorrent material
‘The more data the better’ is a recurring request from organisations when it comes to mining data sets to solve […]
Why we’re vaccinating algorithms against adversarial attacks
Is the image on the left that of a temple, or of a large bird native to Africa? According to […]
Over 2,000 fake Android apps discovered
The apps you regularly use to log your steps, edit your photos and monitor your finances may be hiding malicious […]
Newly discovered computer attack can steal data from memory chips
Security researchers have developed a new cyber-attack called RAMBleed, a variant of Rowhammer that can steal data from memory chips […]
Web of worries: are you unknowingly loading malicious content from “trusted” sites?
Love it or leave it, the World Wide Web is here to stay. In a mere 20 years, the Internet […]
Fortifying Australia’s cybersecurity resilience
The frequency and magnitude of cybersecurity threats is increasing, and with it, the need to strengthen Australia's ability to protect against such threats. In 2018, we'll need to focus on several key areas around cybersecurity to ensure continued protection against new threats in this area. Data61's John McLaughlin explores further below.