We Need to Talk About Security
By multiple accounts, it’s become apparent that cyber-crime pays.
Casual Workers Make Airports Unsafe: TWU
A leading transport union has slammed security measures at the nation's airports saying a high turnover of staff means workers without security clearance are being granted...
Australian Airport Security Boosted After Terror Plot
Screening at Australian airports has intensified and travellers should expect delays after authorities foiled a terrorist plot to bring down an aircraft using an improvised device.
Australia Must Manage Cyber Risk to Civil Infrastructure
In the movie Die Hard 4, villain Thomas Gabriel used hackers to gain control of transport grids and the stock market and later plunged much of...
Is Security Eroding Democracy?
On November 30 last year, two activists who opposed Australia’s offshore detention policy abseiled down the front of Parliament House to unfurl a banner calling for...
Security of Payment: Why Not a Single Act for the Whole Country?
A single version of the Security of Payment Act is a mirage of wonders lingering on the horizon. Could it happen? It seems so.
Security and Risk Compliance Must Not Be Ignored
Organisations of all types face a world of increasing threats, both physical and virtual. These same organisations have significant responsibilities for minimising the associated risks to...
Review of Parliament House Fence Demanded
Australia's peak body for architects wants controversial plans to build a new fence around Parliament House put on hold and reviewed immediately.
Property Developers Rewarded with ABCC
After three years and three attempts, the Coalition Government succeeded in taking away the civil rights of a million workers by passing the ABCC bill.