Comparable to the industrial revolution, the rapid advances in data and analytics, machine learning and big data are causing dramatic shifts across sectors, including the public service. With a proposed $1.5 billion in cuts to the public sector over the next four years, delivering outcomes with less resources requires more efficient use of data. There … Continue reading Advancing APS data capability
The recent cyber attacks on major Australian Universities have other institutions across the country preparing for similar events. ANU hit the headlines earlier this month, and now ACU has become the latest institute to suffer a breach when staff fell victim to a phishing scam. Both of these incidents have amplified the need for universities to … Continue reading Cyber attacks affecting universities globally – Are you prepared?
In the wake of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica as well as emerging reports ofdata breaches, public awareness and expectations of privacy and data protectioncontinue to heighten. The challenge now is to align data-driven innovation witheffective data governance frameworks in order to mitigate the risk. It is crucial that data is used in the most privacy-centric, … Continue reading Takeaways from the Data Privacy and Protection Conference