In a catastrophic week for data privacy, British Airways and MYOB have been publicly outed for data breaches. British Airways has been slammed with a record $329.33 million AUD fine for compromising the personal information of roughly half a million people last year. The breach resulted in British Airways’ customers being diverted to a fraudulent … Continue reading Spotlight on British Airways and MYOB over data breaches
They’re the statistics to make any records manager shudder: 46% of employees say it’s challenging and time-consuming to find the documents they need 83% have to recreate documents that already exist because they can’t find them 65% experience challenges in reviewing and approving documents 93% can’t find documents because they’ve been badly named or tagged … Continue reading Your employees are bad at information management
Less than 12% of global companies understand what GDPR is and what it means for them. “A number of companies jumped on the GDPR bandwagon and claimed to be experts…Many companies that had never operated in the privacy space or even knew what privacy really meant, are all of a sudden were GDPR experts.” Sheila … Continue reading Dispelling the myths around GDPR
The failure of the automated immigration technology at international airports in April has shone a spotlight on how much we rely on technology for security purposes, and also brought into question whether the technology failure created a security vulnerability. Speaking about the incident, John Coyne, Head of the Border Security Program at the Australian Strategic … Continue reading How secure are our airports when technology fails?
Cohesity is on a mission to solve complex backup and restore problems faced by enterprises across Australia and New Zealand. They work with major organisations to help reduce complexity and speed up data management processes. Cohesity have recently been working with the Vita Group (publicly listed Australian retailer) to reduce complexity and overcome limitations with their … Continue reading Cohesity Case Study: The Vita Group
On the 22nd of March 2016, 16 people died and 141 were wounded during a terrorist attack of Islamic State at Brussels Airport. The airport building was so badly damaged, it took weeks before it was operational again. The parliamentary commission and lessons learned Shortly after the attack, a parliamentary enquiry commission was created. … Continue reading Case Study: Brussels Airport – 3 years after the terrorist attack
APRA has issued a new mandatory regulation, CPS 234 which commences on 1st July 2019. The standard aims to improve the resilience of APRA regulated entities against information security threats. APRA regulated entities will have to go beyond following the practice guide to now demonstrate compliance with the new standard. The CPS 234 is a … Continue reading Stateplus – From Journey to Implementation of the CPS 234 standards
Banking, Financial Services and Insurance are one of the largest segments in Australia. With the growth in the insurance market, there has been a steady growth worldwide in the cyber insurance market by “$75.4 billion and a growth forecast of $170 billion by 2020.” (AON Report) Insurers need to stay ahead of the competition to … Continue reading How Sedgwick provides incident response with cyber insurance products?