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Amid the stories of business collapses, there are some winne...

In a factory in Sydney’s south, Merna Taouk is bundling up fresh crumpets which will be packed and shipped directly to someone’s doorstep. She wears (She’s wearing) her signature headscarf, resembling the logo which adorns the packaging of her eponymous crumpet brand. While Ms Taouk’s likeness is instantly recognisable, her business looks very different than […]

What’s the rub on cleaning and disinfection?

One of the changes borne out of the COVID-19 pandemic is increased mindfulness about cleanliness and sanitation to help stem the spread of the disease. With most people having become neat freaks over the past few months, businesses make sure to keep their premises clean to avoid violating health regulations and facing possible liability in […]

Why coronavirus has made the password manager a must-have se...

The names of their children or the football team they support, coupled with the year of their birth…when it comes to creating online passwords, plenty of people don’t try all that hard to be creative. Many are also big on recycling – using the same weak combination of letters and numbers to secure multiple online […]

What does government’s $1.67 billion cybersecurity funding m

The federal government unveiled its cybersecurity strategy last week that will see a $1.67 billion investment into enhancing Australia’s cybersecurity. The Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020 will invest the amount over ten years with the aim of achieving a vision of creating a more secure online world for Australians. According to VMware Carbon Black’s 2020 […]

The impact of COVID-19 on business cashflow and how to deal ...

The sudden outbreak of the Coronavirus has affected the entire human race single-handedly. Businesses are shut down, large populations in isolation, and the normal day-to-day activities are getting affected. With everything being eyed as the prospective carrier of the virus, the currency is also under invigilation. Because of this, the cashflow in the form of […]

How SMEs can secure themselves against cyber threats post-CO...

Time to revisit as working-from-home continues. Speak with the team at Austbrokers Terrace to add or update Cyber Security insurance. Humans are the “weak link in the chain” when it comes to defending against cybercrime. According to CybSafe analysis, human error caused 90 per cent of cyber data breaches in 2019. Because the majority of […]

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