All eyes are watching the Queensland Rail train network.
Category: Technology and Privacy
Artificial intelligence and “an army of new sensor cameras” will be used to ‘track the recovery of animals impacted by bushfires’, in one of the most extensive surveillance programs undertaken.
The program is predicted to compliment existing regional surveillance programs carried out by authorities, all designed for incremental fulfilment of the Agenda 2030 vision.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has announced the first major allocation of 5G millimetre wave (mmWave) spectrum.
14 applicant companies have all been offered a licence in the 26 GHz and 28 GHz bands, in a move that is expected to ‘unlock’ the potential of 5G.
For decades now, humanity has experienced the power and connectivity of the internet, and as this complex simulated realm grows, it continues to alter collective experiences of reality.
Long before even computers had advanced to the devices we see today, a handful of individuals already envisioned a future in which humans would merge with a digital realm.
When it comes to owning an organisation, without deploying the necessary data security measures, you will be left with several potential threats.
This is because the majority of enterprises, despite being anywhere between small and large scale, come across data breaching scenarios by not securing their workplace network.