Mondaq Australia: Technology
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Summary of approach by APRA to managing risk around using outsourced cloud computing services.
Holding Redlich
Future wireless broadband networks and how they promise to advance key economic, educational, health and security goals.
McCullough Robertson
Discussion of use cases for blockchain technology including as a digital ledger and supply chain management.
Stacks Law Firm
Article examines to what extent rights of individuals are threatened by autonomous systems.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Entertaining article on what not to do on social media.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The article explores risks of cyber security breaches to autonomous vehicle technology and how they might be mitigated.
Holding Redlich
As well as cyber security measures, Australian businesses should continue to invest in training to avoid human error.
Holman Webb
The Australian Cyber Security Centre recommends eight mitigation strategies as a baseline defence against cyber crime.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article discusses social media, the pros and cons to instant reviews and advises how to deal with user reviews.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Effective information practices are one step in managing information issues involved with autonomous vehicles technology.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
What are the regulatory challenges and risk considerations for operators, investors and traders of cryptocurrencies?
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Episode 1 discusses autonomous vehicles; cryptocurrencies; China's use of facial recognition to stop jaywalkers and more.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Initial coin or token offerings (ICOs) can provide a great way for blockchain start-ups to raise capital for new ideas.
Clyde & Co
Australian accounting and financial services firms are key targets for data breaches as the client, staff and commercial records they hold are commonly used to commit tax-refund fraud, superannuation fraud...
Madgwicks
From the rise of robots to blockchain and Bitcoin, advice on how to make the most of the technological climate. .
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The big Australian banks have been investing in technology, change management and partnerships, to maintain relevance.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
If you want to keep up with trends in cryptocurrency and ICOs, plenty of people share insights and tips on social media.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
If a cyber incident arises, consideration must be given to the potential legal ramifications.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Multi-factor authentication (two-step verification) is an effective way of dealing with the problem of stolen passwords.
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
On August 9, 2018, the World Bank issued a press release highlighting what it described as the "World's First Blockchain Bond."
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Clyde & Co
Drones are without doubt one of the hot topics in insurance and aviation circles, and the fast developing nature of the industry presents challenges for operators, insurers and regulators alike.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Benefits have been reported in improved speed of property transactions and in the security and verification of contracts.
Holding Redlich
The CDR regime will first be implemented in the banking sector, and then will be rolled out to other industry sectors.
McCullough Robertson
Discussion of use cases for blockchain technology including as a digital ledger and supply chain management.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Google may well be the next major tech company to receive unwanted media attention with regard to a data privacy breach.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The RAC Intellibus is a fully automated, electric shuttle bus launched on public roads, as a trial, in South Perth, WA.
Law In Order
eArbitration & the 3 broad areas where technology can assist - evidence management, evidence presentation & real time transcripts.
Kott Gunning
This article covers 3 online vulnerabilities and offers a guide to help small businesses minimise the risk of cybercrime.
Holding Redlich
Future wireless broadband networks and how they promise to advance key economic, educational, health and security goals.
Law In Order
As new forms of data become admissible, firms rely on e-discovery and analytics to build cases and strengthen claims.
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