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28 Sep

Business has head in the sand on Cyber Risk

Australian SMEs are leaving themselves unnecessarily exposed to the risk of “fatal business disruption”, according to a survey from accounting and advisory group Bentleys.

28 Sep

New drone regulations effective 29th September, 2016

From Thursday, Australians will no longer need operators’ certificates and remote pilot licences to commercially fly drones weighing less than 2kg.

22 Sep

Limits on Credit and Debit Card Surcharges

Credit and debit card surcharges will s

22 Sep

Have I been hacked ?

Even the most effective anti-malware programs don’t protect against all the different threats to our systems. It’s hardly surprising.

7 Sep

Professions face "new industrial revolution"

Risks and roles will change as professionals experience upheaval equivalent to the Industrial Revolution, QBE Insurance Australia Head of Professional Lines Jill Stewart says.

7 Sep

Insurers must prepare for climate risk: Hewson

The insurance sector must be better prepared for a climate-induced financial crisis hitting the global economy, economist and former politician John Hewson says.

23 Mar

Heat records broken across southeast

Temperatures in parts of Victoria and NSW hit record levels this month and modelling suggests the above-average warmth will extend into next month, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

23 Mar

Energy Group settles $4 million Blue Mountains lawsuit

Endeavour Energy has settled a class action led by IAG over a 2013 bushfire in the Blue Mountains.

The suit, which was filed by William Roberts Lawyers, acting for IAG, was settled for $4 million.

10 Mar

Are Home Networks a Risk for Your Business?

It’s not uncommon for staff to take home a company laptop and connect it to their domestic network. That network may be protected by a firewall but internally it is still vulnerable.