Thursday, October 29, 2015

Five hundred tax file numbers hacked every day

30 October 2015
The Sydney Morning Herald
Five hundred tax file numbers hacked every day

Identity thieves can now get into employers' payroll systems, but ATO says it's systems are safe.

Digital Transformation Office chief executive Paul Shetler.
Australian public service's 'gap in capability' to deal with digital revolution

State of the Service report outlines the major hurdle to digital reform.

Wyatt Roy was sworn in as assistant minister for innovation last month.
Wyatt Roy headed to start-up nation Israel

Tel Aviv is calling for Wyatt Roy, who will return to Israel this week to scour the hi-tech powerhouse for inspiration for the government's innovation agenda.

Kim Dotcom addresses the SydStart conference via video link from New Zealand.
Kim Dotcom is building an encrypted, peer-supported internet

The controversial web mogul plans to build an encrypted internet off the back of existing infrastructure.

Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick.
Uber planning to raise another $1 billion: sources

Just three months after raising an enormous sum of money from investors, Uber is at it again.

Peter Bradd is CEO of StartupAUS, which would like to see a scheme similar to Britain's successful Seed Enterprise Investment scheme.
Start-ups: we're talking the talk, let's walk the walk

It's hard to over-emphasise how important this moment in time is for Australia, says StartupAUS chief executive Peter Bradd.

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