Enterprise Content Management

Traffic and trading on the dark Web continues to rise, with approximately 2.7 million daily users in 2023, up from 2.5 million in 2022, according to BDO’s inaugural Australian Scam Culture Report  

A new survey undertaken by Swinburne University of Technology and Astral Consulting Services has found that Australian businesses and goverment organisations are at risk due to the overwhelming increase in data that organisations create daily.

Digital transformation is still one of the buzz phrases of the IT industry. An umbrella term with so many nuances that it makes it difficult to start a constructive conversation, particularly when it comes to information governance and data protection. Where do you start?

Is harnessing the power of a Data Glossary or Data Catalogue the key to unlocking the true potential of your data endeavours?

Cloudflare, used by more than 20 percent of the entire Internet for its web security services, has released its inaugural 2023 Phishing Threats Report. The findings highlight that phishing remains the most dominant and fastest growing Internet crime, largely due to the ubiquity of email and the ceaseless issue of human error that is preyed upon by today’s threat actors.

Imperva has warned Australian enterprises need to swiftly grasp their data footprint and work towards reducing it in response to the Privacy Act Review Report.

According to a new global study conducted by S&P Global Market Intelligence and commissioned by WEKA, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) by enterprises and research organizations seeking to create new value propositions is accelerating, but data infrastructure and AI sustainability challenges present barriers to implementing it successfully at scale. These challenges have been exacerbated by the rapid onset of generative AI that has defined the evolution of the AI market in 2023.

The mass availability of generative AI, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google Bard, became a top concern for enterprise risk executives in the second quarter of 2023, according to Gartner, Inc.

Israeli firm Flow Security has designed a data security platform powered by Large Language Models (LLMs). With a focus on unstructured data, this technology can identify over 150 distinct data types with claims of unprecedented accuracy.

Two new Australian companies have announced potential exposure in the data breach by law firm HBL Ebsworth which has already compromised more than 40 government agencies.