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Hobby drone supplier fined US$2.9m for RF infringements

24 July, 2020

US online hobby equipment supplier HobbyKing has been fined US$2,861,128 by the FCC for marketing drone transmitters that did not comply with licensing rules.

Amendments allow telcos to deploy temporary facilities

02 April, 2020

The federal government will allow carriers to deploy temporary capabilities as approved low-impact facilities in specific circumstances such as emergencies.

Motorola awarded US$764 million in case against Hytera

17 February, 2020

Motorola Solutions has been awarded a total of US$764.6 million in its trade secret theft and copyright case against Hytera, and will now seek worldwide injunctions.

ACMA offers help for bushfire-affected licence holders

28 January, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

The ACMA is offering various forms of assistance for those in bushfire-affected areas who have licence renewals coming up.

Secondary targeting: how to strengthen the weakest link in your cybersecurity defence

16 January, 2020

Find out what secondary targeting is, how you can detect it and what steps you can take to protect your business — and your network — from harm.

Equipment stolen from RFS radio repeater vehicle

02 December, 2019 by Jonathan Nally

Thieves have stolen tyres, axles, jerry cans and radio equipment from a Rural Fire Service portable radio repeater trailer.

The business of phishing scams: how to defend your data

01 December, 2019

Here's how you can implement security best practices to protect you and your business from the latest in phishing and other email attacks.

5G network availablity and integrity threats major concern for EU

12 November, 2019

Network availability and integrity threats, flawed software and reliance on suppliers are among the key 5G security challenges facing the EU, according to a recent report.

Are legacy systems your Achilles heel?

07 November, 2019 by Nick FitzGerald*

Two Microsoft OSes' Extended Support periods ended this year. ESET's Nick FitzGerald explores what that means for your business.

Identity, credential & access management: protect your company data

01 September, 2019

A robust identity, credential and access management system can help protect your company, customers and suppliers from cyberattack and privacy breaches.

Cloud data security best practices: 5 tips for staying secure

07 August, 2019

To help you master the basics of cloud security, the team at ESET has put together some top tips and advice on data security in cloud computing.

How to protect your company from cyberattacks

02 August, 2019

Your company and customer data is precious, and you have a responsibility to keep it safe and secure. Here are some top tips for defending against ransomware and data breaches.

UK to take steps to improve telecoms security

23 July, 2019 by Jonathan Nally

The UK Government will introduce new security legislation and enforce better cybersecurity practices across the telecommunications sector.

NZ$2250 fine for illegal transmitter use

11 April, 2019

A New Zealand man has been fined $2250 for using an illegal radio transmitter on police channels.

Rights renewal in NZ's 1800 and 2100 MHz bands

11 April, 2019

The New Zealand government is renewing 3G and 4G cellular mobile spectrum management rights in the 1800 and 2100 MHz bands.

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