CYBERlink Media suite has been taken offline in Canberra after the Australian Federal Police (AFP) confirmed that the site was offline for the weekend.
Cyberlink Media was one of several online platforms used by Australians to access the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) official website.
Cyberspace is the realm of the Internet, which is defined as the network of electronic communications and computer networks.
The internet is the physical network connecting computers, computers, phones, tablets and other devices.
The ABC understands that there is no evidence of any breach at the Canberra site, which operates as a portal for the ABS website.ABS, which oversees Australia’s digital economy, said that its servers were still offline as it looked for a solution.
“The ABS website is currently experiencing a number of issues,” the agency said in a statement on Thursday.
What is the ABS’ digital economy?”
The ABS continues to take steps to improve the resilience of our website and are actively looking into further solutions to mitigate these issues.”
What is the ABS’ digital economy?
The ABS says its digital economy consists of websites, social media, digital advertising and the data they hold.
The agency said it was working with its international partners to address the issues.
Topics:digital-economy,technology,australiaFirst posted March 29, 2019 15:48:36Contact Josh McKeagueMore stories from Australia