In 2012, Robert Mueller, FBI Director famously said that he was “convinced that there are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be.” The statement’s relevance in 2017 is evident – it is inevitable that your organisation will experience a cyber incident, however the focus has shifted.
Within the rapidly globalising and integrated global community, the evolution and rationalisation of technology has presented the real and present danger of cyber-attacks, creating a threat environment for all businesses. With malware becoming more sophisticated and capable of outsmarting traditional anti-virus technologies, business must prioritise cybersecurity and form an enterprise culture of digital awareness,
The unfair contract terms protections under the Australian Consumer Law was extended to protect small businesses from 12 November 2016. In this blog, we will examine the far reaching implications of this change on operations of businesses, particularly for those businesses that rely on standard form contracts. To whom and what does the Act
Blockchain technology is vulnerable to the same malicious hackers that target business and government - when things go wrong millions of dollars are at stake.
Sainty Law examines smart contracts in our second blog in this series on blockchain. While smart contracts are a hot topic, are they really a viable alternative to traditional methods of contracting and transacting?