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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How to Watch India vs. Australia Live Stream Free Online 

    India are playing Australia in the second one day international of the five-match series down under. India lost the first game of the series held at Perth earlier this week, and MS Dhoni and his men will be hoping to make a comeback at the Gabba in Brisbane on Friday.

    This India vs. Australia fixture promises to be competitive and Indian fans will be hoping for a victory against Australia, so the men in blue can level the series. If you’re not going to be sitting in front of a TV screen, you can use social media or apps to track the latest updates from the match, but those options aren’t as good as live video. If you’re stuck in office or don’t have a TV, you can still watch India vs Australia live online. This guide will help you stream the big game.

    If you are a Tata Sky subscriber
    If you are a Tata Sky subscriber, you can watch the game on your smartphone or PC – as long as your package includes access to the Star Sports channels. Tata Sky recently made its Everywhere TV service free for all, which means anyone can stream the India vs. Australia game for free on to iOS, Android, Mac and Windows PC devices.

    Others
    India’s tour of Australia consisting of five one day internationals and three Twenty-20 games is being broadcast on Star Sports channels on TV. If you don’t have a TV or if Star Sports channels aren’t available, you can try watching games online via one of the various methods.

    Starsports.com
    The official website of Star Sports lets you watch the Australia vs. India series for free. Simply head over to the website and follow the on screen instructions. Note that there may be a slight delay in the live stream.

    Watch India vs. Australia for free
    Download the Star Sports app for Android, iOS, or Windows Phone. The app is offering free video stream of the India vs. Australia series that’s delayed by a few minutes – a small tradeoff for something that’s high quality, legal, and free. Star’s Hotstar app for Android and iOS is also offering a similar feature.

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on December 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    ASIO warns cyber espionage against Australia will increase 

    Rewards are lucrative and risks are low.

    Cyber espionage attacks by nation states against Australia are expected to increase in both number and sophistication over the coming years, the country’s domestic spy agency has warned.

    The “relatively low cost” and “plausible deniability” on offer from such attacks will lure more malicious actors to conduct cyber espionage campaigns, ASIO said in its annual report released today

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  • jkabtech 6:17 am on July 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Australia has created a cyber warfare unit 

    Will attack and defend.

    The Australian government has created a new military unit tasked with both defending the country’s critical infrastructure against cyber attacks and launching offensive cyber strikes on foreign actors.

    The new ‘information warfare unit’ will be a central part of Australia’s Defence operations. It will have responsibility for military cyber operations, military intelligence, joint electronic warfare, information operations, and the military’s space operations.

    “It will integrate existing operations from across our defence forces to protect and support our ADF deployed personnel and systems. The division is authorised to conduct self-defence, passive defence, active defence and offensive operations,” cyber minister Dan Tehan said today.

    Ministerial authorisation will be required for any offensive activities can take place, he said.

    The government has also given the Australian Signals Directorate the legal authority to expand offensive cyber operations from military targets to non-state civilian attackers offshore.

    “We have to make sure that we are keeping the mums and dads, the small businesses, the large businesses, government departments and agencies secure in this nation and that is why we have made this direction to the Australian Signals Directorate,” Tehan said.

    The new information warfare unit within the ADF will go live this weekend with an initial 100 cyber security specialists. The government hopes it will grow to 900 staff within ten years.

    However, attracting Australia’s best and brightest security experts away from lucrative private sector roles will be a challenge for the government given a well-documented cyber security skills shortage.

    Tehan said the $400 million allocated under Defence’s white paper strategy last year to develop Australia’s cyber security capabilities would help fund this recruitment drive.

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  • jkabtech 2:08 pm on July 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Gold Fields Australia emerges as fresh IT-OT backer 

    Integration methodology gaining a foothold in mining market.

    Gold Fields Australia is set to become the latest miner to jump on-board with the growing movement to bridge information and operational technology (IT-OT) at mine sites.

    The company – which operates four mines in the eastern goldfields region of Western Australia – is in the process of appointing a process automation superintendent based in Perth who will, among other things, “act as the bridge that unites IT specialists and producing mine sites”.

    Once aboard, the superintendent will be “responsible for the IT-OT infrastructure architecture and ensuring the adoption of the standard … across all GFA sites”.

    They will also “support the effective definition of integrated communication and control platforms” for the company’s gold mines, and formulate and revise a three-to-five year strategic plan for “automation, data and information”, among other responsibilities.

    IT-OT is emerging as a key battleground for miners seeking to use technology to gain a competitive edge.

    Mining heavyweights BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto have emerged as IT-OT backers in recent months.

    BHP Billiton began setting up an IT-OT team for its iron ore mining operations in Western Australia back in July last year, and has recently revealed plans to do the same for its east coast coal operations.

    Rio Tinto has revealed less detail about its own IT-OT progress, though it has been focused on ensuring the integration of the systems occurs in a secure fashion.

    IT-OT integration has been touted over the past decade as a potential destination for a range of industrial companies, however it is only recently that it has been seen in production in Australia.

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  • jkabtech 6:17 am on July 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Australia drops four places in UN cyber security top ten 

    Downgraded for “co-operation”.

    Australia has fallen down to seventh spot in the United Nations International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) list of countries most committed to cyber security for 2017.

    The ITU’s second global cyber security index (GCI) scores Australia highly for legal, technical, organisational, and capacity building capabilities and commitment when it comes to cyber security.

    However, Australia’s 2017 ranking has seen it drop four places since the first GCI report in 2014 

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