ANZ lacks privacy obligations understanding, finds ISACA
ISACA Privacy in Practice 2023 survey shows only 35% respondents in Australia and New Zealand confident of their organisation’s ability to ensure data privacy.
The top video surveillance trend predictions for 2023
i-PRO anticipates wide adoption of AI-based analytics, the evolution of open platform, cybersecurity and zero trust, expanded privacy protection, and continued supply chain challenges.
Yahoo ConnectID continues to gain industry support in APAC
The privacy-first offering gains further ground with new partners, including Alliant, AdPredictive, and Tealium.
Open Banking uptake well underway in Australia: Experian
The findings are from Experian's latest business and consumer insight report, developed in partnership with Forrester, exploring open Banking and data privacy.
Gartner releases top 5 predictions for marketing leaders
"Marketing leaders look toward a future where smarter marketing leads to deeper, more valuable connections between customers and brands."
Automated information governance. Driving value, security and compliance
A key business goal is to maximise the value of information and make it easily accessible to the right people in the organisation at the right time.
68% say trust the key factor when buying products - report
A new report from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services in association with Mastercard has found 68% of survey respondents indicated brand trust is paramount when buying products and services.
Staying secure this holidays with PureVPN
PureVPN is a great tool for helping you make the most of your online activities. With PureVPN, you can browse, stream, download and upload securely from anywhere in the world.
OECD adopts privacy safeguards while accessing personal data
The agreement is on approaches to safeguarding the privacy and other freedoms when accessing personal data for national security and law enforcement purposes.
Snowflake approves Talend, grants Elite tier partner status
Snowflake has once again approved Talend as a Ready Technology Validation Partner, demonstrating that Talend adheres to its best practices in performance, reliability and security.
Aussie consumers want more control over their personal data
Capterra has released the results of a study on first-party data collection, revealing consumer attitudes towards enterprise use of their personal data.
KuppingerCole predicts rise in data catalogs and metadata market
KuppingerCole analysts have predicted that the data catalogs and metadata market will reach USD $2.44 billion by 2025.
Archives NZ reinstates online search tool after data mishap
Archives NZ is making its online search tool available to all users again, after a shutdown caused by restricted record titles mistakenly being made public.
Data privacy concerns skyrocket, research reveals
Australians are rethinking how they engage with companies that handle their personal data, according to a new study.
Identity Check online system pilot launched despite gaps over privacy, rights
The government is banking on an online system for checking people's identity despite persistent gaps around its implications for humans rights, ethics and Māori.
Consumers want frictionless login without sacrificing security
Australian consumers increasingly want frictionless online login experiences without sacrificing the security of personal information.
Snowflake releases numerous updates to data platform
With new transparent performance enhancements across its single engine, Snowflake is focused on helping customers to mobilise data to run important workloads.
Australian OAIC data breach report shows key privacy risks
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has released its notifiable data breaches report for the first half of the year.
Google says privacy key as NZ Identity Check system planned
Google says it is supporting efforts between countries to fix a lack of "legal stability" around the flow of people's data and privacy.
Making the case for decentralised identity
As our digital footprint grows, knowing which identity strategy will prevail can help safeguard critical assets such as sensitive customer data. Here's why it matters.
Aussies indifferent when it comes to digital privacy
Aussies remain indifferent when it comes to giving personal details to service providers even after recent data breaches that have made headline news.
Making cyber security and data privacy a big issue for small businesses
Australia has been rocked in recent weeks by the news that two of our biggest, most recognised companies - Optus and Telstra - have fallen victim to a cyber attack.
KPMG report shows cybersecurity and privacy expectations increase
KPMG’s 2022 ‘Cyber Trust Insights’ report has surveyed 1,881 executives to outline five key steps to building trust through cybersecurity
Demystifying AI and the benefits of AI driven data technology for VMS
As AI technology continues to be utilised across enterprises of all sizes and types, it is becoming increasingly clear that many challenges and opportunities are at play.