Pulse: Cyber security
16 October 2017
When it comes to cyber security it can be hard to separate the important from the sensational. Through regular bulletins, we'll do the hard yards so that you can keep your finger on the pulse with the latest cyber security trends, incidents, legal issues and regulatory activity. Plus, we'll make sure that you have a good cyber story to tell at your next dinner party.
In this issue, we look at how to create a cyber resilient supply chain, ASIC's renewed focus on cyber resilience, how the incoming GDPR could affect you, medical device cyber security and patient safety, lessons learnt from Yahoo's data breach disaster and Australia and the EU's new cyber security plans.
We'd love to hear from you, so please let us know if you're in need of more detail or if there's something in particular that you'd like to hear about.
- How to create a cyber resilient supply chain
- ASIC Corporate Plan puts cyber resilience high on the agenda
- New EU rules raise the bar for data security
- Unexpected risks of the IoT revolution: cyber security in medical devices
- Spotlight: Cyber breach at Yahoo
- On the international stage: Australia and the EU launch cyber security plans
- Gavin SmithPartner, Sector Leader, Technology, Media & Telecommunications,
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- Valeska BlochPartner,
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- Michael ParkPartner,
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- Michael MorrisPartner,
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- Ian McGillPartner,
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- Phil O'SullivanManaging Associate,
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- David RountreeSenior Associate,
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- Samantha Naylor BrownAssociate,
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- Leah WickmanAssociate,
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