Fuel shortages across the US Southeast have worsened and motorists are fuming after the top US fuel pipeline was disabled by a cyberattack six days ago.
A major US fuel pipeline network has been shut down after a cyber attack and the operators have not said when it will be opened again.
Stephanie Kelly and Christopher Bing
The biggest concern Australian boardrooms are facing is managing the rising threat of cyber attacks, according to a new report.
The Federal Government will inject more than $300 million into stopping exotic pests and diseases entering Australian farms, including African swine fever and foot and mouth disease.
Australia’s critical systems continue to be hit by more aggressive attacks from Foreign State actors, and one major change needs to be made.
Autistic Australians are being recruited in a $5 million training project in the nation’s fight against foreign spies and other enemies.
Japan's space agency is among the companies and organisations that police believe were hacked by a group linked to China's People's Liberation Army.
Australian businesses are being urged to apply the latest security updates for Microsoft’s Exchange server — used to send and receive emails — after further “critical” vulnerabilities were identified.
Danielle Le Messurier
Jordan's Prince Hamza says he will disobey orders by the army not to communicate with the outside world after he was put under house arrest.
Australian businesses are paying criminals billions of dollars and there are many more attacks on high-profile targets to come.
Australians would be forced to submit 100 points of identification, before setting up any social media or Tinder account under proposed changes to crack down on high-tech harassment and abuse.
A cyber security expert says the top directors of some of Australia’s largest companies are ‘clueless’ about how vulnerable their businesses are to hackers, after a spate of attacks in recent days.
Australians should know this week whether the country’s biggest organisations are being targeted by foreign spies or merely criminals seeking a big payday.
Australian businesses and government agencies are under attack online, with Channel 9 the latest victim. This is what you need to know.
A number of Perth businesses have enlisted the help of IT professionals after hackers tried to exploit vulnerabilities on their Microsoft Exchange servers, putting them at risk of having data stolen.
A criminal gang is demanding the largest ransom issued for stolen information to date, as more Aussies are being targeted.
Global tech giant Microsoft says the attack was carried out by one of WA’s biggest trading partners.
An accused fraudster used accounts under fake names and hid his internet "fingerprint" while uploading troves of stolen personal information, prosecutors say.
Just what is the difference and is it important? Agenda speaks to Curtin University professor of internet technology Tama Leaver to find out.
A suspected data breach may have exposed the details of Oxfam Australia supporters, the charity says, with IT forensic experts investigating the incident.
Federal police are considering arrests and continue to investigate whether drugs and contraband were sold on the DarkMarket website in Australia.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is postponing most of its statistics releases as it investigates a cyber attack.
NZ Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr has apologised after a cyberattack resulted in a "significant" data breach.
An English court will rule on a US extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, but his father John Shipton is instead heading to New York.
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