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June 2018 | Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

CHANGES TO CHAIN OF RESPONSIBILITY – OCTOBER 2018

Under new Chain of Responsibility laws, more parties to the heavy vehicle transport supply chain will have an increased duty of care. If you are involved in this industry, or engage companies involved in this industry, read on to see whether this applies to you. If you have any concerns or queries on this subject, […]

HUMAN-BASED CYBER DEFENCE

More information regarding human-based cyber defence is available at Human Element Security, and in the 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence Report published by IBM. If you would like to discuss Cyber Risk Management and insurance, please contact us. Large-scale studies such as IBM’s 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence Index reveal that 95% of all security breaches are […]

“WE STILL DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE FUTURE OF CYBER”

Another day, another cyberattack: just last week, two major Canadian banks – Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce – revealed that they had been contacted by cyberattackers claiming to have stolen the data of nearly 90,000 customers, in what was described as the first significant assault on financial institutions in the country. […]

CYBER-SECURITY SPEND SURGED IN 2017

It looks like the message is finally getting through after a recent survey found over half of Australian and New Zealand businesses increased their cyber security spend last year. A new report by Australia’s Cyber Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) showed that 58% of organisations across the region bumped up their spending in 2017.   The […]

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