Being at the forefront of change can empower businesses and organisations to adapt their business models and embrace technologies that are shaping their industries. Having a keen grasp of the legal and regulatory environment that impacts the implementation of these technologies can position you ahead of the curve.
We will equip you with the knowledge and expertise to move forward confidently into an increasingly digital landscape. Through this blog, we will share our intel and experiences in all aspects of industry in easily digestible ‘byte-size’ pieces.
The Commonwealth Minister for Communications and the Arts, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield announced a review of the management of Australia’s .au internet domain in October 2017 (DOCA Review). The team undertaking the review at … Continued
The ACCC has issued an extensive draft report detailing its market study of the communications sector which includes 29 recommendations spanning a wide range of competition and consumer issues in communications markets. This follows on … Continued
The Active Cyber Defense Certainty Bill (ACDC) was introduced recently into the US Congress. If passed on its current terms it will amend the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to make limited hacking back legal … Continued
On 25 October 2017, the Federal Parliament’s Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit released its Report 467: Cybersecurity Compliance Inquiry based on Auditor-General’s report 42 (2016-17) (Report) containing recommendations coming out of the Australian … Continued
Singapore is currently in the midst of finalising revisions to its cybersecurity laws by way of a draft Cybersecurity Bill, which is expected to be passed by the Singapore Parliament in 2018 (Singapore Bill). The … Continued
The Internet of Things (IoT) – the interconnection of devices via the internet to send and receive data – represents a dramatic shift in service-delivery across the private and public sectors. The ability for everyday … Continued
The vulnerability of credit card data has been brought to light again, with the Hyatt Corporation announcing late last week unauthorised access to payment card information. The information relates to cards manually entered or swiped … Continued
On 29 September, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) published new draft resources to assist organisations to prepare for the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (NDB Scheme), which commences on 22 February 2018. Consultation … Continued
Our authors are passionate about technology and the legal and regulatory environment in which it operates. In their work with clients, they invest time to foster industry knowledge and want to proactively share this with you. They come from different backgrounds, exhibit a range of personalities and interest areas, and offer an all-around perspective on an ever-changing industry.
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