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July 2020 - Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

Is it time?

It’s time for business to step up and lead us out of COVID One of the greatest investments any business can make is in its reputation, brand perception, storytelling and the relationships with its stakeholders, clients, and media. This has never been truer than today, at a time when we question everything put in front […]

Something to consider

A better managed contingent workforce can boost pandemic recovery Airline workers at Woolies, Scandinavian stewards heading into hospitals. We’ve seen a lot of unusual and quirky shifts in the workforce since the pandemic struck and we’re likely to see a lot more. Truth be told, contingent labour has been on the rise long before COVID-19. […]

Some good news for the future

T2, CUA, Patagonia and Kickstarter have all achieved success off social good – here’s how their strategy works In 2020, it’s becoming clear that the priorities of large businesses have shifted immensely. More than ever, businesses are making an effort to break the status-quo by using profits to foster their consumer community for the greater […]

Remote work creates host of cyber vulnerabilities – report

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting switch to remote work, has created new vulnerabilities for cyber criminals to exploit, according to a new report from CyberCube and Aon. The report found that remote work has exposed new access points for cyber criminals to gain entry to corporate systems, including domestic PCs, laptops and Wi-Fi routers. […]

Looking to the future…

Penfolds lays claim to producing the most expensive bottle of Australian wine ever. Its chief winemaker explains what’s behind its 176 years of success. 2020 marks 176 years since Aussie wine producer Penfolds was founded. Last week, a Melbourne-based buyer bought a bottle of 1951 Penfolds Bin 1 Grange for a record $103,555 – the […]

Test your cyber plan ‘like it’s a smoke alarm’

Australian businesses should have an established cyber incident response procedure in place and regularly test it in much the same way smoke alarms are frequently checked for faults, 360 Underwriting Solutions says. The advice comes after Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned last week that organisations are being targeted by a “sophisticated state-based cyber actor”. 360’s […]

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