Cyber Security

Don’t just assume you’re covered: Cyber Security claims under greater scrutiny

COVID-19 has prompted many businesses to organise their cyber insurance but insurers are being diligent and ensuring coverage is not being exploited.  Companies are now expected to supply more details than they used to in regards to how they would respond to a data breach and what action they would take if hit by ransomware …

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What’s App Doc?

There is so much conjecture surrounding the recent announcement by our Federal Government to ‘opt in’ to the tracing app. Most recently, our Health minister Greg Hunt has put a question mark over whether a promise to release all source code for the federal government’s forthcoming COVID-19 contact tracing app is actually possible due to …

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I get by with a little help from my friends….

We are constantly hearing that the current pandemic crisis is a once in a lifetime occurrence; the words ‘unprecedented’, ‘exponential’ and ‘self-isolation’ are now being used on an hourly rotation. “Coronavirus measures are ‘draconian’ but absolutely necessary,” says health chief Brendan Murphy. He also warns, “This virus will be with us for some time.” The …

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When the World is Forced to Work Remotely

Pandemic Preparedness & Response Plan

Worldwide concern over the Coronavirus pandemic has gained momentum over the past few weeks. Traditional DR (Disaster Recovery) plans traditionally only focus on catastrophic events where business assets are damaged or destroyed. However, pandemics hit hardest at a firm’s most important asset, its people. Therefore, traditional DR plans are not adequate when planning for a …

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