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Commander Tim Peake joins the latest Oxford Cyber Security Cluster meeting!

Title photo – From left to right: Commander Tim Peake, Neil Britten, Vistage, Sue Staunton, James Cowper Kreston, Nicola Blackwood, MP, DS Sally Russell, Thames Valley Police, Stewart Benger, CQR, Alan Brunstrom, ESA Photos courtesy of NK Media Ltd Rob Lacey Photography Last week saw CQR and several other members of the Oxford Cyber Security Cluster…

We Take Your Security Seriously

“We Take Your Security Seriously” exclaims every single company after a data breach.   No.  No you don’t.  Not even a bit.   If you took our security seriously you would have implemented a governance structure that prioritised the importance of our information; a set of procedures that ensure a repeatable, reliable and effective way…

Privacy Amendment

Some Plain English Information on latest ruling on Mandatory Data Breach

If your organisation is defined as an Australian Privacy Principle (APP) entity and they hold personal information of one or more individuals, then your organisation is required to comply with the APPs under the Privacy Act 1988, Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 and once enacted also the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill…

The Perils of Cloud Analogies

Moving your operations to the cloud is like… a dream for those who love analogies.  All sorts of things have been claimed, but there is only one reality.  It’s like outsourcing, because that’s exactly what it is. The biggest business risk with outsourcing is that you replace technical controls with contracts, and while a move from tactical…

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