Telstra warns public trust will crumble unless access to data is limited

The Guardian Data Protection

More than 60 agencies, including local councils, state coroners, Centrelink, the National Disability Insurance Agency and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, have been accessing data using a loophole in the Telecommunications Act that allows them to bypass restrictions in the 2015 data retention legislation, under which access was restricted to only 20 agencies, primarily police and other law enforcement bodies.

Knock, Knock; Who’s There? – IoT Device Identification & Data Integrity Is No Joke

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

The use of IoT technologies holds enormous potential in practically every segment of human enterprise – government, banking and finance, healthcare, retail, agriculture, and ecommerce to name a few. In this blog, and in one by my colleague Julie Lassabliere from Safelayer Secure Communications , we explore the need for trusted device identification and data integrity in the IoT. The Internet of Things (IoT) is very crowded. Connected devices outnumber people.

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The Internet of Things (IoT): Managing the Data Tsunami

Collibra

The Internet-of-Things has the potential to transform a range of industries – from automotive and agriculture through to healthcare, home appliances and insurance services. For example, data collected by wearable health-tracking devices has become of increasing importance and value to providers of life and medical insurance. Continued adoption of IoT technologies will pose both opportunities and challenges.

If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

John Battelle's Searchblog

I’d have noticed that they used their computers and online networks to communicate with each other, to share information, to search and discover things, and to create communities of interest. To that end, I’ve begun exploring innovations in energy, finance, health, transportation, communications, commerce – not surprisingly, all subjects to which we have devoted impressive stone buildings in our capital city. Our agricultural practices and policies?

If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

John Battelle's Searchblog

I’d have noticed that they used their computers and online networks to communicate with each other, to share information, to search and discover things, and to create communities of interest. To that end, I’ve begun exploring innovations in energy, finance, health, transportation, communications, commerce – not surprisingly, all subjects to which we have devoted impressive stone buildings in our capital city. Our agricultural practices and policies?