IT leaders concerned over AI implementation & process optimisation
A new study from Celonis reveals 72% of IT leaders fear process deficiencies could disrupt successful artificial intelligence implementation.
RingCentral predicts key corporate trends for Australia in 2024
RingCentral's top execs forecast AI, cybersecurity, corporate governance, privacy, and hybrid working to shape Australia's business scene in 2024.
FreeBSD Foundation introduces SSDF Attestation for secure software development
FreeBSD Foundation launches SSDF Attestation, simplifying secure software development for vendors and cloud providers.
Smart utilities and cities will need initiatives to drive projects
One of the biggest challenges today is how the infrastructure industry can create a new energy future to become more efficient, affordable, and sustainable.
How to turn security and compliance challenges into opportunities
Transforming a business’s entire operations to ensure it remains compliant with regulations and legislations that can rapidly change can be complex.
Data ethics group discusses constraints of not having regulatory authority
Minutes from the data ethics advisory group's October meeting show members discussed the constraints on it enforcing or influencing the issues brought to them.
2023 Cybersecurity predictions from CyberArk
2022 has propelled organisations forward in its own way. In 2023 we will see yet another chapter of cybersecurity threats and challenges.
Invite-only panel reviews Australia's Security of Critical Infrastructure Act
Hamish Hansford contributed alongside a panel of cyber and personnel security leaders in a discussion that attracted about 200 guests in-person and online.
Keeping Australian hospitals safe from cyberattack
Australia's critical infrastructure protection extends to healthcare, with a focus on hospitals' intensive care units.
Cybercrime in Aotearoa: How does New Zealand law define it?
‘Cybercrime’ is a term we hear all the time, but what exactly is it, and how does New Zealand define it in legal terms?.
Legal challenge over decision that AI machines cannot be granted patents
A legal challenge is being prepared to overturn the Intellectual Property Office's (IPONZ) decision not to recognise a machine as an inventor.
Rage against the machine: Can an AI programme be an inventor?
New Zealand has been caught by a global fight between humans and machines that might define intellectual property rights for the rest of the century.
NZ Govt security information bill passes its first reading
The Security Information in Proceedings Legislation Bill has passed its first reading and will now be considered by Parliament's Justice Committee.
Cyber-worries delaying move to digital, says Deloitte
The report, commissioned by VMware, states that the Asia Pacific is delaying digitalisation due to fear of cyber-attacks.
Australia needs to embrace legislation that encourages an on-demand economy
Deliveroo calls for 'Future Work Act' to secure rights without sacrificing flexibility for Australian gig workers.
PB Tech fined $77k by District Court for ‘extensive failings’
The company plead guilty to charges brought by the ComCom, and was fined for failing to meet its duties under the Fair Trade Act when selling extended warranties.
Third-party support cemented with Rimini Street win
Rimini Street seeks a further US $41.3m in appeals after Court rules third-party support is in lawful competition with direct maintenance services.
How MSSPs must protect data in the breach disclosure era
The penalties for non-compliance can be upward of four percent of a company’s global turnover.
Managing the information paradox in the NDB/GDPR era
Businesses need a solution that helps manage compliance and audits while making it simple for the right people to access the data they need.
Going cashless to end the black economy: MYOB supports Aus Govt findings
The Black Economy Taskforce released the findings from its recent report that it will tackle large cash payments.
EBOOK: Don't get caught out by the updated Anti-Money Laundering Act
It’s estimated that the new legislation will more than quadruple the number of businesses affected in New Zealand.
Machine learning is great but does it need regulation?
Otago Uni’s Artificial Intelligence and Law in New Zealand Project think legislation should be a major consideration during the Kiwi AI revolution.
IRD myIR site to shut down on Thursday for major system upgrades
myIR will be switched off from Thursday afternoon at 3pm until Tuesday, April 17 at 8am so the latest round of changes can be made.
Aus Govt urging payroll providers to prepare for new legislation
From July 1, Australian employers with 20 or more employees will need to use STP-enabled software to report employees’ tax and super information.