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Westpac fortifies commitment to data protection
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 24 JAN 2017
... management and policy management solutions that are designed to reduce the risk of customer data breaches, identity theft and privacy. QuintessenceLabs founder and chief executive Vikram Sharma said the partnership with Westpac - which began in 2015 ...
NAB admits data bungle
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 10 JAN 2017
... statement made on 16 December 2016, NAB executive general manager, international branches Peter Coad said: "We take the privacy and the protection of our customers' personal information extremely seriously. We also take full responsibility and we sincerely ...
Insurers to battle big data privacy concerns
ALEX BURKE  |  TUESDAY, 15 NOV 2016
... data presents a boon for insurers doing customer risk analysis, the benefits will have to be weighed against ongoing user privacy and discrimination issues. This is one of the key findings of the Actuaries Institutes' latest green paper, which argued ...
New platform allows super funds to share data with partners
MARK SMITH  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 AUG 2016
... encrypted state, and then produces de-identified insights that both companies can see, without compromising the security or privacy of the data. Super funds and their partners will effectively have joint visibility of customer demographics, via an easy-to-use ...
DeVere chief defends Panama privacy
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 8 APR 2016
DeVere Group chief executive Nigel Green has come out in support of "Panama-style" financial privacy. In a statement, Green said that while he supports Panama's efforts to "enhance its effectiveness and credibility" as an offshore financial centre and ...
Governance reform not targeting industry funds: O'Dwyer
MARK SMITH  |  MONDAY, 29 FEB 2016
... governance reforms for superannuation funds are not targeting the not-for-profit sector in a speech where she cited the privacy breach at Cbus as a sign that the current system is "out of step" with the rest of the economy. Addressing the Committee for ...
Cbus Royal Commission findings impact industry
DARREN SNYDER  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 JAN 2016
... information on Lis-Con's employees from Superpartners in order to pass that information on to the CFMEU in breach of the Privacy Act and the company's contracts with members. In doing so they used their position to gain an advantage for Brian Parker ...
Aussies in top five for cashless transactions
DARREN SNYDER  |  WEDNESDAY, 7 OCT 2015
... "As hidden payments are not subject to regulation, there are also concerns about the lack of consumer protection on data privacy, information security, dispute resolution as well as fighting fraud and money laundering and regulation is needed to minimise ...
Cbus responds to Royal Commission allegations
DARREN SNYDER  |  WEDNESDAY, 16 SEP 2015
... procedures. It appointed KPMG to investigate the extent to which there have been improper disclosures; revised the Cbus privacy policy and procedures; and undertook additional training of employees," Cbus' submission said. Counsel Assisting allege Atkin ...
IOOF appoints head of best advice
LAURA MILLAN  |  MONDAY, 14 SEP 2015
... head of research Peter Hilton is "on sick leave" and refused to reveal more details about his status in the company "for privacy reasons." Hilton was at the heart of allegations first reported by Fairfax that there were cases of misconduct involving ...
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