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If you lead an established, market-leading firm, you face a dilemma.
AI is finally set to change some ingrained practices in the legal profession. Here are six areas where AI is impacting the legal industry right now.
Technology is transforming the legal world, one case, one deal, one contract at a time. So where do lawyers fit in when artificial intelligence (AI) takes over? Here’s how to claim your place in the world of New Law.
As technology enters classrooms, auditoriums and libraries, it brings new risks to the education sector. All it takes is one click from a student device to potentially compromise your entire network. Faced with these various threats, does the education sector receive a ‘High Distinction’ for its efforts to protect its troves of student and staff data? Recent findings from the inaugural Canon Business Readiness Index on Security suggest not.
Managing your information security is a complex business. Like any device connected to your network, your printers could be jeopardising your information security if not implemented and managed carefully. There’s also the risk of losing sensitive information from lost or stolen documents. Despite 84% of businesses being aware of these risks, only 1 in 4 businesses have secured their printers. Don’t be one of them, find out how to keep your business information safe.
In this digital world, data management is a significant responsibility and a data breach is an equally significant risk. Should things go wrong, businesses must take steps to minimise the impact. With the changes to the Privacy Act coming into effect this week, Andrew Giles, Head of Public Relations and Communications for Canon Australia, shares insights on how to preserve trust and maintain strong customer relationships.
In February 2018, Australia’s privacy law will change. If your organisation is covered by the Australian Privacy Act (this includes all Australian government agencies, and businesses and not-for-profit organisations with an annual turnover of $3million or more), then these changes will apply to you.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
David Leong, Director of Information Technology at Arnold Bloch Leibler, shows how document security and productivity can go hand in hand.
Have a spare $2.82 million? That’s how much you can expect to pay, on average, if your organisation falls victim to a data breach in Australia.
With cyber crime and data breaches on the rise, how can you protect the cyber safety and security of vital public sector organizations?