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Creating a Security-First Culture in Small to Medium Businesses

Cyber threats are increasingly sophisticated and frequent, small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) must prioritise security. A security-first culture is not just about implementing tools and technologies; it's about cultivating an environment where security is a fundamental aspect of every action and decision. Here’s how SMBs can embed a security-first approach into their operations. 1. Embed…

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Embracing AI: Julie Sweet’s Vision for Business Transformation

In a recent insightful discussion, Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture, sheds light on the monumental impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having on businesses. For CEOs and founders of small to medium-sized enterprises, understanding and adapting to this AI-driven revolution is not just advisable; it's imperative. AI: The Business Game Changer Accenture, under Sweet's leadership, recognises…

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The Rising Tide of Cybersecurity Threats: A Wake-Up Call for Australian Business

In recent times, Australia has witnessed a startling surge in cyber threats, most notably the "credential stuffing" scam impacting 15,000 shoppers and involving some of the nation's leading brands. This incident, along with the alarming data breach within the  The Reserve Bank of Australia, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and the Australian…

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University of Wollongong Data Breach: A Wake-Up Call for Cybersecurity Vigilance

In a recent revelation that has stirred the academic community, the University of Wollongong confirmed a significant data breach. Detected on December 10, this incident has raised alarms about the cybersecurity preparedness of educational institutions. The Breach Unfolded The university's officials have acknowledged that the breach, while contained, likely led to unauthorized data access. However,…

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Why Security is Paramount for Brands When Systems Fail: A Lesson from Optus Outage

In the digital age, brands are not just competing for customers; they are also vying for trust, particularly when it comes to data security and system reliability. The recent Optus incident is a stark reminder that even the most robust networks, fortified with layers of fallback and redundancy, are not immune to failure. This occurrence…

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Sleek and Powerful: Microsoft’s Unveils New Surface Laptops with Enhanced Features

During a recent hardware event in New York City, Microsoft introduced the Surface Laptop Studio 2 and Surface Laptop Go 3, along with a range of AI-powered upgrades for Windows 11, Microsoft 365, and Bing. These cutting-edge laptops promise improved performance and functionality. The Surface Laptop Studio 2 starts at AUD $1,999, while the Surface…

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Suncorp Strengthens Cloud Partnership with Microsoft for Innovation and Resilience

Suncorp, a prominent financial services provider, has cemented its collaboration with Microsoft through a new three-year cloud agreement aimed at accelerating its operations. As part of this venture, Suncorp Group will expand its utilization of Microsoft Azure's cloud service and deploy over 13,600 Surface devices across Australia and New Zealand. In a strategic move, Suncorp…

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New and Improved Content Moderation Tooling

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