Enterprise Content Management

Anyone in Australia or New Zealand who has applied or received finance from Latitude Financial over the past seven years may have their identity documents compromised, according to an update on the major data breach revealed on March 16.

A global survey by Nutanix looked to measure enterprise progress with cloud adoption. It found that IT infrastructure is increasingly diverse with organisations challenged with integrating data management and control. The research showed that the majority of IT teams leverage more than one IT infrastructure, a trend that’s expected to intensify in the future, but struggle with visibility of data across environments with only 40% reporting complete visibility into where their data resides.

An initial analysis of ChatGPT4 by Check Point Research (CPR),  the research arm of Check Point Technologies, has suggested the tool could be used to streamline development of Cyber Attacks and deliver them with more precision.

Evisort, a no-code contract intelligence platform for legal, procurement, IT and sales operations teams, has announced its next-generation AI contract processing with advanced OCR ingesting. Evisort's proprietary AI has made a massive leap in capacity - now ingesting and analysing up to 450,000 contracts per day.

Microsoft has announced the launch of a new pay-as-you-go service for its Syntex platform, which is designed to make it easier to access and utilise the powerful artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities of the platform.

AvePoint Online Services (AOS) have been assessed to the security classification of PROTECTED, the highest level possible for an independent software vendor.

​Measuring return on investment for document automation solutions used to be pretty simple: reducing data entry reduces headcount. But simply reducing resources to measure ROI and business benefits isn't as straight forward as it used to be.

Recently, ISO 31700 was adopted as a Privacy by Design (PbD) standard. The concept of PbD was first developed by Ann Cavoukian, the former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada, in 2009 and has become a central piece of global privacy regulations, including the GDPR, California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and Lei Geral de Protecao de Dados (LGPD) from Brazil.

Israeli developer Cognni has launched a new information risk-assessment product that uses proprietary AI to provide a comprehensive analysis of direct and indirect threats to critical business information, with a scan taking just minutes to complete.

Over recent years, user and entity behaviour analysis (UEBA) has evolved as a new set of tools in the chief information security officer (CISO)’s armoury. So, where has it come from and how can today’s solutions help?