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Three Things that Need to Change in Cyber Security

Hardly a week goes by where there isn’t coverage of a major security breach in the media. Organisations are spending more and more money on cyber security preventive measures yet the breaches seem to keep increasing. I am often asked “what are the top things that need to change to stem this flow?”.

Ashwin Pal | 16 Apr | Read more

Leveraging AI in the fight against fraud

Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches scheme came into effect recently, and failure to abide by the requirements will not only put organisations at risk of millions of dollars’ worth of fines, but could result in extensive reputational damage.

Jon Malone | 26 Mar | Read more

Accelerating cyber risk: Complacency is not an option

Every day financial services organisations deal with hundreds of thousands of indicators that could evolve into a cyber incident. According to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian financial institutions are among cyber criminals’ top targets, and the threat is accelerating.

Sam O’Brien | 19 Mar | Read more

Recovering from a ransomware attack: Why a combined security and disaster recovery plan is key for speed

The new data breach legislation which came into effect in Australia recently means that every ‘sizeable’ organisation must comply or risk crippling fines of up to $2.1 million With cybercrime and ransomware attacks on the rise, it’s not a question of ‘if’ a data breach is going to happen, it’s ‘when’ and how quickly your organisation can get back up and running following the event.

Andrew Martin | 14 Mar | Read more

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