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Iain Enticott

Iain specialises in working with accounting professionals who understand that running their firm and IT operations as efficiently as possible is critical to their success.

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Is Your Identity for Sale?

Have you ever wondered who controlled your genetic profile data and had access to your identity? It’s big business and a commodity that has recently been up for sale.

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CYBER SCAMS: THE OTHER PANDEMIC AND HOW TO GUARD AGAINST THEM

The federal government is advising Australians to be extra vigilant regarding online scams due to an increase in fraudulent activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The government has also finally unveiled its delayed cyber security...

SECOND PILLAR: CYBERSECURITY AND HOW TO PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS

DEFINITION OF CYBERSECURITY: Cybersecurity is the ongoing application of best practices intended to ensure and preserve confidentiality, integrity, and availability of digital information as well as the safety of people...

IT “Communication”: the catalyst for innovation and building a vibrant future beyond COVID-19

Looking forward, IT will play a pivotal role as a major catalyst for the creative development and utilisation of knowledge, which will ultimately contribute to the improvement and...

Don’t just assume you’re covered: Cyber Security claims under greater scrutiny

RETURNING TO WORK AFTER COVID-19

You would have seen that various states and territories around Australia have already eased some of their own restrictions, while others, such as Victoria, will re-examine state-of-emergency measures from...

Lessons Learned… Technological Innovation in Education during COVID-19

The challenge of COVID-19 has led to many opportunities for various industries to find entrepreneurial ways to circumvent its disastrous economic fallout. The educational sector has certainly been a...

What’s App Doc?

There is so much conjecture surrounding the recent announcement by our Federal Government to ‘opt in’ to the tracing app.

Most recently, our Health minister Greg Hunt has put a...

Zoom…. And where is your privacy now?

You may have seen news reports this week warning of Zoom’s privacy breaches,...

So, you can’t work in the office… Tips & Tricks

  1. Provide useful information 

One of the key things an employer can do is to provide useful information to its employees. This includes everything from clear guidance...

When the World is Forced to Work Remotely

Worldwide concern over the Coronavirus pandemic has gained momentum over the past few weeks.

Traditional DR (Disaster Recovery) plans traditionally only focus on catastrophic events where business assets are damaged...

Why Cybersecurity Should be a Personal Responsibility

The Road to Security Starts with a Personal Obligation

Whenever we receive phishing or unsolicited mails or are attacked by a malware, we are quick to blame everyone else, including...

Who is providing your technology vision?

The digital transformation threatens to disrupt much of what we thought we knew about firm management and technology, resulting in a sudden crowd of players wanting access to management...

Ransomware Can Destroy Backups in Four Ways

I just found a very interesting blog post by Jerome Wendt, President & Lead Analyst of DCIG, Inc., an independent storage analyst and consulting firm. He started out with...

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Secret To Avoiding Email Overwhelm

Do you look at your inbox and want to cry? If so, you’re not alone. According to widely cited Radicati Group research, the average person gets 120 business emails every...

How To Keep Your Employees From Leaking Confidential Information

Back in 2014, Code Spaces was murdered. The company offered developers source code repositories and project management services, but they didn’t have solid control over sensitive information — including...

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