Cyber: Are you RiskReady?

An increasingly complex web of laws govern the treatment of data

An increasingly complex web of national and international laws govern the treatment of data in Australia and around the world. With an unmatched global network, we are ideally placed to advise on complex cyber incidents.

We are strong across the key industry sectors: Financial institutions; Energy; Infrastructure, Mining and Commodities; Transport; Technology and Innovation; and Life Sciences and Healthcare. We provide an end-to-end service offering which covers both the advisory and contentious stages of the data breach lifecycle. Find out how we can help you and your business.

Read our latest articles on cyber issues and developments

It’s still about the people: How technology and corporate culture shape each other

Robots are not (yet) taking over the world. This doomsday scenario has become ingrained in the collective subconscious to the point of spawning a new breed of automation anxiety amongst workers. However, the critical risks of increasingly ubiquitous technology in organisations are actually about people.

Three risk pressure points for businesses active in a modern Australia

The Australian economy is continuing to feel the effects of two important dynamics – the steady march of globalisation and digital disruption. While both are a huge opportunity for businesses active in this country and aboard, they come with significant risks that need to be managed closely.

From cyber space with love: managing social media risks

Multi-faceted and unpredictable, the social media risk landscape can challenge the most tech-savvy organisations. Are you prepared for potential employee-related risks, IP issues and reputational damage?

Six degrees of separation: cyber risk across global supply chains

Global supply chains and secure technology are two of the pillars sustaining our fast-moving, interconnected world.

Welcome to the future: blockchain and the sharing economy

Society is transforming at an unprecedented rate: from rewriting the traditional social contract between government and citizens, to online retailers waging war against bricks-and-mortar, these changes are building blocks to a new economic reality.