Security Policy and Frameworks

Essential Eight is Not a Complete Cyber Strategy

The Essential Eight is what it advertises – eight key mitigation strategies that work together primarily to prevent and limit cyber incidents. It has rightly become a widely adopted baseline for Australian organisations in and beyond the public sector. But it explicitly states that it is not a complete security strategy, and this assertion is correct. Organisations need to understand what Essential Eight does and does not cover, and use this to plan their next steps.

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Can AI Defend Intellectual Property?

Learn how artificial intelligence (AI) can protect your intellectual property (IP) from infringement and unauthorised use. Safeguard your innovations with advanced detection and monitoring mechanisms.

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That’s Not Our Policy: Differentiating Policy, Standard, Guideline and Procedure

ICT executives need to establish guardrails to govern and manage the use of technology for their organisation and its stakeholders. Policies are the tool that comes immediately to mind when doing so, but they are not the only way. Use this handy IBRS model to help decide if a policy is the best solution, or whether a simpler guideline, standard or procedure could be a better fit.

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Zero Party Data and Its Value to Enterprises

As users take more control of what information they share through utilising ad blockers, disposable emails, and even limiting the data which they reveal whilst using digital services, is zero party data the best way to ensure enterprises still acquire valuable user information for marketing and other data-driven business decisions?

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