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[Infographic] Business Readiness Index on Information Security reveals businesses are unprepared when it comes to their cyber security. The level of concern of many businesses is too low given the threat landscape, particularly for small businesses, and many do not have adequate protection measures in place. With new the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) coming in to effect this week, many businesses are still unaware and unprepared for the changes.
From this week, changes in legislation will make it mandatory for affected businesses to report certain security breaches. Despite the prospect of crippling fines and reputational damage, the Canon Business Readiness Index shows businesses are still largely unaware of the changes and are not prepared.
The first Canon Business Readiness Index on information security assesses the digital readiness of Australian businesses when it comes to understanding and protecting themselves against the growing risks. The findings show Australian businesses still have some way to go. How does your business measure up?
If you're on the Internet, you face security risks. You can no longer afford to assume that your business won't be a target because you're not big enough. Here are some big business takeaways that can substantially benefit your business' security.
When a survey highlighted the need to improve ASIC’s print-related customer services, the corporate watchdog decided to take a whole-of-organisation approach to its print environment. Now ASIC is ready to move to enterprise-wide scanning – an electronic data management system to store all its corporate documents. See how the new system has made working much easier.
When Servcorp’s print environment showed signs of failure they sought to find a solution and turn things around. Servcorp's Mal Sanders tells the story.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
Never before have organisations had so much data at their fingertips. The world of print is no different. With advances in technology and the rise of connected devices, your school can gain real-time data, in-depth reporting and regular insights into what and who are driving printing costs in your school. And, when you can see your costs, you can manage them.
The way we visit museums has changed, right along with the way we deliver education. What cues can teachers take for their classrooms from the evolving museum landscape? Lots, especially when it comes to STEAM education, as some Australian teacher decently discovered.