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The latest trends and insights on Australia’s cyber security have been released!
The reports come at a crucial time with global spending on cyber security products and services expected to increase by 88 per cent over the next eight years, from around US$145 billion today to almost US$270 billion in 2026.
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SaaStock is the ONLY event exclusively serving the SaaS community in Australasia. Last year our one-day event was hugely popular, so like a boomerang, we’re coming back!
This year we’re coming back bigger and better. More speakers, more attendees, more opportunities for you to network with the brightest minds in SaaS.
Everyone has a role to play in strengthening Australia's cyber security. The Department of Home Affairs wants to gather as many views as they can about the best way to protect Australian families, businesses and our critical infrastructure from cyber threats; enable them to better manage the risks; and support all Australians to benefit from a cyber resilient economy.
Fempowered is taking tangibly addressing the support women need to start and springboard their businesses. Traditionally, women have a lot more unpaid and unrecognised responsibilities that reduce their freedom to take risks and back themselves. Fishburners is hoping to turn that around and we hope the rest of the startup ecosphere does the same.
Directors are often too focused on short-term results and traditional risks, rather than the potential disruption facing their organisations, according to a study released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), in partnership with the University of Sydney Business School.
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell has urged the federal government not to abolish the low-cost innovation patent regime, saying this would create a significant barrier to small businesses.
The number of new UK start-up businesses saw a sharp fall last year, with researchers blaming the economic uncertainty caused by Brexit.
Starting a business is always hard work – but the startup boom has seen growth in businesses servicing startups’ needs.
The ACCC has found that recent competition from newer entrants is delivering better outcomes for consumers making use of IMTs, including through lower prices and more advanced services.