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Cbus answers CFMEU leak allegations
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  MONDAY, 12 MAY 2014
... campaign to "squash" the company. The employees in question were members of Cbus but not of the CFMEU. Referring to its Privacy Policy and Personal Information Collection Statement, Cbus stated: "The policy does provide for disclosure of some personal ...
Family office model attractive to feuding families
MARK SMITH  |  WEDNESDAY, 7 MAY 2014
... option for wealthy families. "The advantages of the structure, including direct oversight, customisation of services and privacy, cannot be matched by any other entity," she said. "However, many large financial service institutions are devoting significant ...
Technology now about connectivity not just firepower
ALEX DUNNIN  |  TUESDAY, 15 APR 2014
... transactions. "As a global technology player we deal with every flavour of regulator and interact with wide varieties of privacy laws," he said. Technology providers need to accept that the technology itself isn't the point but how effectively it can ...
OneVentures launches second fund for HNWs and instos
STAFF WRITER  |  WEDNESDAY, 26 MAR 2014
... Australian companies with global ambitions across healthcare, education, mobile, media, cloud computing and data, security and privacy, machine learning, sensors and robotics, and food security. The first OneVentures Innovation Fund, formed as an early ...
Advisers to review privacy compliance
LAURA MILLAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 19 FEB 2014
Advisers have until March 12, 2014, to ensure their privacy compliance measures meet new privacy principles. The new Australian Privacy Principles require personal information to be handled in an open and transparent way, which means that financial ...
CBA follows ASIC's lead in Senate submission
LAURA MILLAN  |  MONDAY, 18 NOV 2013
... CBA also suggested that ASIC should be the sole custodian and administrator of such a passport scheme "to protect the privacy of financial planners." The submission acknowledged that "there is a risk that financial planners who do not adhere to appropriate ...
CBA could face legal action over Operation Lantern
LAURA MILLAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 30 OCT 2013
... Levitt claimed that photographic surveillance without a warrant is a legal offence and he also referred to the National Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act, 1988, which restricts the collection and treatment of personal information. "Given ...
SIFMA talks up Wall Street cyber defences
ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 OCT 2013
... Security. The attack scenario was modeled as a system wide attack to steal money through fraudulent trades rather than a privacy breach or an attack to crash the financial system. Its parameters (referred to in the report as 'attack vectors') were creation ...
Data security emerging as a superannuation risk
ALEX DUNNIN  |  TUESDAY, 3 SEP 2013
... example, many companies think hackers want to bring down their networks when they actually want to obtain money and so a privacy breach can be a bigger threat if they can obtain private information and then use this to conduct legitimate albeit fraudulent ...
Topdocs automates SMSF deed updating
LAURA MILLAN  |  THURSDAY, 14 FEB 2013
... "Auditors can be given special access rights to the system so they only see the information they need, protecting the privacy of clients. This in turn simplifies the process to review and sign off on deeds, minimising auditing costs."
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