If I were a nation-state hacker, you can bet I'd be going after every politician and staffer's poorly secured personal network I could find — which could be most of them, writes Elise Thomas.
Scott Morrison says a "sophisticated state actor" is to blame for a cyber attack which saw hackers go looking for data belonging to the Liberals, Labor and the Nationals during an assault on parliamentary servers.
More countries are investing in cyber weaponry knowing that disrupting a country's internet infrastructure can cause a lot of damage, as a hack on Australia's Parliament House highlights the need for a digital arsenal pact.
When Australia's Parliament is hacked, it's easy to point the finger at Beijing — even though Russia and North Korea are also "bad actors" known to have carried out cyber attacks throughout the world.
Websites belonging to Queensland's Deputy Opposition Leader, a real estate business and Surf Life Saving Australia are among thousands of sites caught out by a new international data breach.
A hacker sends messages via text, email, and landline to people across Queensland after an emergency warning alert service, used by Queensland councils, is hacked.
Prosecutors say the two Chinese men compromised the information of more than 100,000 navy personnel and tried to steal data from government agencies and private companies in the US and nearly a dozen other countries.
Ecuador's President says the road is clear for the WikiLeaks founder to leave because Britain has provided sufficient guarantees that he won't be extradited to face the death penalty abroad.
Shares in Hong Kong's flagship carrier plummet to their lowest level in nearly a decade after it reveals a massive data breach has affected the information of 9.4 million passengers.
Britain and Australia jointly accuse Russian military intelligence of using cyber attacks to sow confusion in everything from sport to transport and the 2016 US presidential election in an effort to undermine Western democracies.