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How it all began……

What now happens across the majority of cyber incidents? Cybercrime is an ever-evolving beast. Over the past 20-years, hackers have changed their tactics time and time again, finding multiple ways to monetise their illegal access to corporate networks. It used to be that criminals would steal the actual computer hardware – for example, snatching a […]

Good news story…….

Jordan Nguyen is changing lives in unimaginable ways Dr Jordan Nguyen credits a swimming pool accident with changing the direction of his life forever. As a result of this, with his electrical engineering expertise, he has been able to change the lives of many in truly profound ways.On the day Dr Jordan Nguyen’s life changed […]

Here’s how you can effectively integrate AI to grow your bus

There is a misconception that artificial intelligence (AI) is a complex technology that only benefits large enterprises, but these days it’s prevalent in our daily lives – from Siri and Alexa to Netflix recommendations and driving directions. No matter which industry you operate in, customers are expecting AI-enabled experiences. Incorporating AI into your business can […]

Check your privilege – do you know who has access to what?

Picture this: you’re hosting a party and have invited people over. You’re having a good time but then realise someone you don’t really know is in your bathroom, rummaging through your belongings, and just walks out with them. “They’re not allowed in there”, you think to yourself. But nothing is actually stopping them from entering […]

Aussie businesses urged to take action against single-use pl...

Businesses across Australia are being urged to join the mission to end the use of single-use plastic (SUP) during “Plastic Free July.” The call is spearheaded by start-up Zero Co, which produces locally-made, zero-waste personal care and home cleaning products. Zero Co is also calling on businesses to encourage their employees to go SUP free […]

Firstmac announces $750m green home loan RMBS deal

Firstmac have announced a ground-breaking new deal, thought to be the first of its kind to hit the Australian market: a green RMBS. The deal is valued at $750m and will result in $230m in discounted green home loans. In conjunction with an international group including Japanese bank Norinchukin, the non bank lender will offer […]

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