This is the second of four radio spots I did on Thursday to discuss Australia’s new Cyber Security Strategy.
For background on strategy itself, see the first post in this series.
This spot was on ABC 936 Hobart. The presenter is Louise Saunders.
Each of these spots varied in content and style. In this one, we discussed why Turnbull spent so much time talking about the internet, why Australia needs such a strategy, Australia’s lack of awareness of cybercrime and our lack of data breach notification laws, the ASD’s role in protecting government networks, the cyber skills shortage, and the Cyber Security Growth Centre.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:37 — 4.2MB)
This audio is ©2016 Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Earlier this week Target Australia announced that it was pulling Grand Theft Auto V from its shelves after an online petition gathered 41,000 signatures protesting the game’s depictions of violence against women. “Targetgate” soon became the label, of course — and it stuck even when Kmart Australia followed suit.
On Thursday I discussed the issue with Louise Saunders on ABC 936 Hobart, covering much the same territory as journalist Alex Kidman did in his opinion piece at Fat Duck Tech.
This is obviously a complex issue, especially in the wake of the continuing Gamergate furore, but because I’d previously discussed Gamergate on Download This Show, I felt reasonably well-prepared. I’m told I skirted around the edge of the rabbit hole without going down it.
I’d be interested to know whether you agree.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 10:08 — 6.2MB)
The audio is ©2014 Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Yesterday the Tasmanian government was hit by a hacker.
Sp1d3r from the hacking crew S4t4n1c_s0uls got into a Debian Linux box and inserted his graphic into an email sent to state’s media.
I reported this for CSO Online.
S4t4n1c_s0uls has claimed responsibility for almost 100 website defacements this month, including sites in Brazil, Jamaica, China, India and the Philippines. Five Chinese government websites were hit, and one in the Philippines.
I spoke about the hack with Louise Saunders on ABC 936 Hobart, and here’s the audio.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:46 — 1.9MB)
The audio is ©2011 Australian Broadcasting Corporation, but it hasn’t been posted on their website so here it is. In return, I reckon you might choose to listen to Louise Saunders’ drive program some time soon.