[ZDNet] Home Affairs launches new principles for critical technology supply chain security

The federal government’s Critical Technology Supply Chain Principles are designed to sit alongside laws that are currently under consideration in Parliament.

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[SecurityWeek] Intel CPU Vulnerability Can Expose Cryptographic Keys

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