Cyber-attacks, hacks, breaches, data loss, DDoS, ransomware and more are a fact of life, but so far it seems only the big end of town, not SMEs, receive the publicity. It is a case of when, not if, the Australian government will introduce mandatory data breach notification revealing the true extent of the pain.
New Zealand-based, global online accounting software company Xero is shouting from the rooftops about its performance in the Australian market, claiming an ‘explosion’ in customer numbers to 147,000 businesses using its software, up from 109,000 in March.
When CGU ran a series of roadshows in nine separate regions of Victoria it was trying to reach as many principals as it could in the State's 1,600 public schools to educate them about their workers' compensation obligations. About 250 people showed up in total. When it offered the same education programmes via a webinar it got 350 in the first hour.
Good on you Doctor CraigI hope this Aussie invention stays in Oz
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