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  • Finance CIOs must review security controls now

    Tech chiefs working in financial services must immediately assess their current security controls to ensure they comply with cybersecurity requirements set out by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), says NCC Group's Joss Howard.​

    Written by Lilia Guan18 April 19 14:59
  • When cultures collide: the debate we’re not having on data privacy

    As governments around the world re-evaluate their privacy regimes, an emerging issue for every CIO is changes to data privacy regulation. These changes are forcing CIOs to review their privacy practices and, in some cases, trigger complete overhauls of business processes.

    Written by Brian Fletcher13 Dec. 17 16:09
  • New drone rules cut red tape, boost public safety

    People and organisations wanting to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than two kilograms no longer need to apply for a certificate and licence from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien29 Sept. 16 09:44
  • A Law Firm's Hiring Strategies for Handling New Security Concerns

    As CIO and managing director of Morrison and Foerster-ranked among the 50 largest law firms in the world by revenue-Neeraj Rajpal is responsible for implementing strategic and tactical global IT and for managing records initiatives for the firm's 1,200 lawyers in 16 global offices.

    Written by Phil Schneidermeyer01 Nov. 11 08:44
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