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Cybersecurity
Accenture - a collective security approach a driving factor for cyber resilience
With the approaching Davos World Economic Forum upon us, it is even more imperative to discuss the impact of cybersecurity on business operations leading into the future.
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Artificial Intelligence
Protecting Australia’s critical infrastructure with AI
In December 2015, an unprecedented cyber-attack against a power grid left nearly a quarter of a million people without electricity for hours in Ukraine. And though this incident occurred overseas, Australia is not immune to threats against critical infrastructure.
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Cybersecurity
Acceleration of digital tools in COVID-19 pandemic increased risk of cyber crime
The recent World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2022, which was published this week, contained several warnings about the state of data usage and prioritisation on cyber security.
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World Economic Forum
Deliveroo joins World Economic Forum Charter to improve worker opportunities
"This Charter is a great example of how we can come together to address key issues that directly impact on-demand workers, and shape the future of work.”
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Cybersecurity
Why 5G and AI will determine cybersecurity strategy for the next decade
"We all stand on the threshold of a new era of cybercrime," saysBI ZONE.
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Artificial Intelligence
How AI is reshaping financial services
AI is rapidly changing the way financial services institutions attract and retain their customers.
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Cisco
New IT training initiative targeting 1m people launched by World Economic Forum
The Initiative has the goal of sorting the global skills gap and addressing job displacement arising from automation - with a number of big partners.
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Business Intelligence / BI
Australia leading the world in AI technology
Australian businesses are spending big on AI technology, investing on average $6 million a year - a huge sum that is second only to the US.
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IT Spending
New Zealand's strong ICT sector ranked 17th on global index
New Zealand's ICT sector is strong, ranking 17th out of 139 countries, according to the World Economic Forum's Global Information Technology report.
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IT Spending
Australia's ICT future is bright, finds Global Information Technology Report
The World Economic Forum's Global Information Technology Report paints a rosy picture of Australia's ICT sector, placing it 18th out of 139 countries.