A quick message to express my excitement and gratitude to be elected President at our recent AGM. The last 12 months, working with retiring President Michael Whereat, the ASCA Board, and our wonderful community across Australia (and beyond), has been a great privilege.
According to the ALP’s digital economy spokesman Ed Husic MP, quoted in InnovationAus, “Big Tech is on the nose in large parts of the community which does not trust its motives and fails to recognise its promise”. From my experience this article sums up the
I wanted to let you know how excited and enlivened I am to have joined you as the association’s first fulltime CEO. You may already know that I’ve spent the past three years heading up Internet Australia, the NFP peak body representing
The WannaCry ransomware attack from this May made the whole world think about cyber security issues once again. Another unique point for WannaCry versus previous cyber attacks is IoT also got involved with the crisis as well. We learned from the news reports that
When it comes to smart city innovation, it’s arguable that most use cases are not that exciting to the average resident. A connected garbage bin, traffic light or parking meter is not going to cause applause and adoration for city officials at least
As you read through blogs and articles about cybersecurity and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), it’s easy to get so focused on the complexities (and there are many), that you lose sight of the big picture. There is huge opportunity in
Internet of Things is transforming and revolutionizing every aspect of our lives. Be it leisure, business, retail or healthcare, almost every industry is settling to adopt new technologies and IoT is no exception. According to McKinsey an estimated of 20 to 30