- Reuters•30 minutes ago
International Business Machines Corp apologized to Australia on Tuesday for what the government has described as a "malicious" cyber-attack that shut down a national census, but blamed two domestic internet providers for the security lapse. IBM was the lead contractor for the five-yearly August 9 household survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) which went offline that day after four distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, caused by the website being flooded with clicks. At a Senate inquiry into the matter, IBM Australia and New Zealand Managing Director Kerry Purcell said he apologized "unreservedly" for the inconvenience and added that he is negotiating a settlement with the government for failing to fulfill the A$10 million ($7.6 million) contract.
- Financial Times•2 hours ago
IBM said the complete shut down of the Australian government's census website during a "malicious" cyber attack this year may have been prevented if it had simply switched a router off and on ...
- The Wall Street Journal•5 hours ago
International Business Machines is negotiating a settlement with Australia’s government over a bungled effort to oversee the country’s first online census.
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
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