In 2018, the Australian and global privacy and data landscape is shifting significantly, with the introduction of both: mandatory data breach notification (MDBN) under the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Cth); and the new European Union … Continued
Recently, Maddocks successfully acted on behalf of Benalla Rural City Council (Council) to recover two domain names that represented or purported to represent the Benalla Art Gallery. The domain names in question were “benallaartgallery.com.au” and … Continued
Another massive data breach has hit the news with US listed ‘global information solutions company’ Equifax Inc. announcing a cybersecurity ‘incident’ potentially impacting a whopping 143 million US consumers. To put this into context – … Continued
The advent of new technology in recent years, such as contact payments technology, along with the ever evolving sophistication of cyber criminals has led to increased concern being paid both at a corporate and a … Continued
TechKnowChat’s intrepid reporter Sean Field, Special Counsel, reports on the second and final day of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework Workshop. It’s another beautiful day in DC as mini heat-wave … Continued
On 1 March 2017, the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) inserted a new section 2.7 into their Code of Ethics (Code) which provides that advertising and marketing communications “must be clearly distinguishable as such to … Continued
In previous blog posts and articles, we’ve compiled a list of six key cyber security standards that directors of either private or Commonwealth companies (Directors) should be aware of in discharging their statutory duties under … Continued
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