Topic: Cybersecurity

Are you taking the necessary steps and measures to reduce your exposure to cyber crime?

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From surviving to thriving - maintaining innovation momentum

Join Alan Kohler as he speaks with Catherine Livingstone, chairman of the Commonwealth Bank, and David Thodey, chair of CSIRO, Tyro and Xero. in the first episode of the Directors on Digital podcast.

From surviving to thriving - maintaining innovation momentum

Join Alan Kohler as he speaks with Catherine Livingstone, chairman of the Commonwealth Bank, and David Thodey, chair of CSIRO, Tyro and Xero. in the first episode of the Directors on Digital podcast.

Surprise attack

Highly publicised and potentially disastrous data breaches are becoming par for the course. So what practical cybersecurity steps can directors take to avoid being caught off guard?

Six principles for boards on cyber-risk governance

The World Economic Forum has released an important blueprint for boards on the governance of cyber risk. Principles for Board Governance of Cyber Risk outlines six principles for the boards of organis...

Why SMEs are a juicy target for cyber criminals

Australian Governance Summit in March 2021, says the average cyber event costs $1-$2 million to fix and outlines what steps directors and boards can take to reduce their digital vulnerability. And how...

Five cyber-security questions for boards in 2020

How has the COVID-19 crisis changed the cyber-security landscape in Australia? A recent AICD webinar addressed this question, examining the new $1.67 billion Australian national cybersecurity strategy...

COVID-19 brings new cybersecurity threats

As risks increase with COVID-19, directors must ensure they're across cybersecurity issues and beware of false assurances, writes Alice Williams FAICD.

The board's role in cyber security assurance

Cyber security breaches are a clear and present threat, no matter how large or small an organisation. Cyber security system weakness, combined with human error, make it simple for cyber criminals to p...

Changes to Privacy Act will give individuals more power over personal data

Tougher Privacy Act penalties are ahead to ensure personal data stays personal, as part of a collaboration between the ACCC and OAIC, writes Annelies Moens.

Quick board response could save your organisation during a ransomware attack

In 2019, YMCA NSW was hit with a ransomware attack that encrypted its operating system. Instead of paying the ransom, board and management made a quick decision that helped the organisation take back ...
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