Enterprise Content Management

Waverley Council (NSW) and Kapish have successfully transformed Records Compliance within the Council from a legacy on-premise Content Manager implementation to a zero footprint cloud solution including Kapish COTS (Commercial-off-the-shelf) integrations with Microsoft Teams and the Property and Ratings System (Pathway).

New research conducted  by Traceable AI has found that while API security remains a top cybersecurity concern this year, there is still an alarming lack of implementation for most companies. The first annual study also revealed that companies are struggling with unchecked API sprawl, lack of clarity on who owns API security, and do not baseline behavior as part of their security capabilities.

In 2023, MinterEllison conducted its eighth annual survey to assess contemporary perspectives on cyber risk. In both 2022 and 2023, only around half of survey respondents ranked cyber risk as a ‘top 5’ priority.

Komprise has announced new governance and self-service capabilities that simplify departmental use of Deep Analytics, a query-based way to find and tag file and object data across hybrid cloud storage silos.

It may have difficulty predicting their arrival at times, but Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has determined that cloud is the future of Enterprise Document and Records Management, taking up a half-million dollar hosting deal with Micro Focus Australia

As we approach the middle of 2023, we thought it an appropriate time to reflect on the cloud security risks and threats that we have seen so far this year, as observed by the Orca Cloud Security Platform that continuously scans billions of cloud assets on major cloud service provider platforms. After careful analysis of aggregated scan results from January-May this year, the Orca Research Pod has identified the top five most common, yet severe, cloud security risks that are ubiquitous in many cloud environments.

Identifying Data Owners is something that many people struggle with when they are starting out in Data Governance. When multiple different teams use that data it can often confuse matters, which is why I think this is a good question to answer.

A recent survey by Gartner, Inc. found that 47% of digital workers struggle to find information or data needed to effectively perform their jobs.

ISACA has released results from its 2023 annual survey on digital trust, which reveals a significant gap between the importance of digital trust and the organisational changes being implemented to realise this. Only 29 percent of respondents in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) plan to increase budgets in the next year to achieve digital trust and only 13 percent have a dedicated digital trust role.

Organizations struggling to obtain a company-wide commitment to cybersecurity vigilance can get help from a new resource produced by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce.