Lia Timson Coca Cola will switch on a number of cloud applications so that data can flow to its employees, sellers and even truck drivers.
Ben Grubb NATHANIEL CAREW makes a living protecting computer systems. In his spare time, he hacks into Google.
Adam Turner With just a little bit of effort and carefully clever passwords, you can protect yourself from hackers.
Ilya Gridneff NSW's top crime-fighting agency has admitted it is being outsmarted by criminals who use BlackBerry phones and online telephone services such as Skype to prevent their illicit conversations being...
A surge in Galaxy smartphone sales fuelled earnings at Samsung Electronics to a record high in the first quarter.
James Manning Marketing analytics companies are linking call data to web and mobile traffic to give a clearer picture than ever before of what your marketing dollar is actually doing.
Samantha Murphy Although a nasty piece of malware called DNSChanger was set to kick thousands of Mac and PC users off the internet on Monday, no major companies experienced issues related to the so-called "Doomsday...
Michael Lallo News website Crikey has been hacked with editors warning readers not to visit its home page until it has been fixed.
Google says it will no longer collect Wi-Fi network information for its Street View mapping service after "mistakenly" gathering personal wireless data.
Stephen Hutcheon The Australian Federal Police are investigating Google over a possible breach of the telecommunications interception act which took place when the company captured data from unprotected Wi-Fi...
Jim Finkle Security firm Symantec took the rare step of advising customers to stop using one of its products, saying its pcAnywhere software for accessing remote PCs is at increased risk of getting hacked after...
Richard Spencer, Dubai 'Supervirus' called Duqu shares properties with another virus apparently created by Mossad.
Lolita Baldor The computer networks that control power plants and financial systems will never be secure enough, so government and corporate leaders should consider developing a new, highly secure alternative...
Ben Grubb Australian organisations and individuals face losing thousands of private emails and trade secrets to hackers through a crafty new attack which takes advantage of typos.
Jason Lewis FACEBOOK is facing curbs on how it exploits its users' most personal information to create bespoke advertising.
Adam Turner Australians are vulnerable to the security threats behind the British phone-hacking scandal, writes Adam Turner.
Natalie O'Brien CRIMINAL networks are feeding off Australians' lust for new technology by skimming data from computers dumped in Africa and Asia - and using it for blackmail, fraud and identity theft.
Ainslie MacGibbon The young people may not listen but every school and institution dealing with them advises careful consideration of what information they post online.
Vincent Morello Police expect to make more arrests over one of Australia's biggest online hacking attacks, which they say could spread to companies overseas.
Asher Moses EVEN if David ''Evil'' Cecil is guilty, he is not necessarily a hacking mastermind. Computer security professionals say breaking into websites and computer networks is now as simple as downloading...