The Federal Government have published a draft bill to help national security and law enforcement agencies address challenges that the increasing use...
The Federal Government have published a draft bill to help national security and law enforcement agencies address challenges that the increasing use of encrypted communications and devices presents...
The National Transport Commission (NTC) has released a consultation Regulatory Impact Statement on Safety Assurance for Automated Driving Systems (the RIS).
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority has released its Review of Aviation Safety Regulation of Remotely Piloted Aircraft following consultation.
This is not restricted to the banking sector. Treasury and the ACCC are already considering its expansion to the energy and telecommunications sectors.
The Australian Government has issued its long-awaited response to the Productivity Commission’s Data Availability and Use Inquiry, affirming its commitment to data reform.
CPS 234 is the first prudential standard to address information and cyber security.
As each piece of legislation passes, it is becoming clear that Australia does not have a uniform legislative approach.
It provides advice on the design and implementation of Australia’s Open Banking system and is the first stage in a broader consumer data right.
Following the Federal's Government announced its intention to establish a national space agency, we look at key developments in Australia's space industry so far.
The Australian Government announced it will legislate a Consumer Data Right which will initially give consumers access to their banking, electricity, phone and internet transactions.
The National Transport Commission has released another discussion paper this month asking for input on how current Australian driving laws should be amended to cater for driverless cars.
We look at reforms in the telecommunications sector to see what hints they provide on the Australian Government’s approach to other critical infrastructure, including electricity, ports and water.