CommsWire - 14 January 2019


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Home Affairs perpetuating myths about encryption law: CA chief
A document issued by the Government-funded Australian Cyber Security Growth Network, aimed at providing "information to industry about key economic concerns" over the encryption law that was passed in December, has been dismissed by the Communications Alliance as a bid by the Home Affairs Department to perpetuate myths about the legislation.

Telstra says it has cut deals to be first to offer 5G phones
Telstra has announced that it has signed exclusive deals with unspecified companies to offer 5G smartphones to its customers in the first half of the year.

Huawei launches industry's fastest ARM-based CPU
Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei Technologies has unveiled the Kunpeng 920, which it says is the industry's top-performing ARM-based CPU, at a function in Shenzhen on Monday.

Aireon satellite launch to usher in 'new era' of global aircraft surveillance
American satellite-based global aircraft tracking and surveillance system operator Aireon has announced a successful eighth and final launch and deployment of the Iridium NEXT satellite constellation hosting the Aireon space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) payloads.

Early Warning Network hacked, bogus threats sent out
Hackers gained access to the database of a New South Wales-based company that sends free weather warnings on the weekend, through the use of stolen credentials and sent bogus alerts to some users of the system.

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