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  • Discount Census debacle cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars 10 Aug 2016

    Channel 7 News, WIN News

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas from the Business School was interviewed on Channel 7 News (Sydney), and WIN News (Hobart) about concerns for the security of data Australians will provide online as part of the 2016 Census.

  • Census chaos 09 Aug 2016

    Ten Eyewitness News

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas was interviewed on TEN Eyewitness News (Sydney, Brisbane) about concerns for the security of data Australians will provide online as part of the 2016 Census.

  • Tonight's Australian census is starting to look like a train wreck 09 Aug 2016

    Business Insider

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas was quoted by Business Insider about concerns for the security of data Australians will provide online as part of the 2016 Census.

  • Census 2016: Nick Xenophon to withhold name over privacy concerns 08 Aug 2016

    Bolsafinanzas

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas was quoted by Bolsafinanzas about data security concerns for the upcoming census.

  • Philip Seltsikas on triple j 28 Jul 2016

    triple j

    triple j interviewed Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas about cyber security and new technology hackers are using to access webcam devices.

  • Philip Seltsikas on FCTV (China) 21 Jul 2016

    FCTV

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas' meeting with Feicheng City's Mayor about urban development and international education was quoted by Feicheng TV NEWS.

  • Philip Seltsikas on ABC The World 19 Feb 2016

    ABC The World

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas was interviewed on ABC The World about Apple’s rejection of a court order to assist the FBI to break into the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter.

  • Philip Seltsikas on ABC radio 18 Feb 2016

    ABC

    Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas was interviewed on ABC (News 24, Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin, Adelaide, 666 Canberra) about Apple’s rejection of a court order to assist the FBI to break into the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter.

  • Personal Data Potentially Exposed By Relentless Attacks On Australian Government Computers 04 Dec 2015

    Huffington Post

    The Huffington Post quoted Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas from the Business School about concerns over the digitisation of personal data and why the Bureau of Meteorology was targeted in a cyber-attack.

  • Philip Seltsikas on ABC Weekend Breakfast 07 Nov 2015

    ABC Weekend Breakfast

    ABC Weekend Breakfast interviewed Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas about the security of cloud passports in light of a proposal under consideration by the federal government.


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