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  1. Cyber and the CFO

    Cyberattacks pose a huge financial risk, but are CFOs stepping up as they should to improve cyber resilience?...

  2. How to repel a COVID-19 spike in cyber threats

    With more people working at home, businesses risk greater exposure to fraud and cybercrime...

  3. “Passwords are like underpants – they need to be changed often”

    As cyber-attacks continue to spike mid-pandemic, making cybersecurity a focus in your business now is vital, says CFO Stephen McCarthy...

  4. Guarding against cyber-attacks while working from home

    Remote working will help curb the spread of COVID-19, but firms must also protect their staff from computer-borne viruses...

  5. The smart way to defeat a data thief

    Data breaches can cost businesses millions of dollars. Here’s how to make that number zero. Brought to you by ASI Solutions...

  6. Australian cyber cops’ cybersecurity essentials

    The Australian government wants cybersecurity high on a board’s list of responsibilities, so what do directors need to know?...

  7. So you’re hit by a data breach. What happens next?

    Cybersecurity is vital, but businesses must also map out what to do if they suffer a successful cyber attack...

  8. Passwords are not enough: the case for multi-factor authentication

    More accountants are protecting data using multi-factor authentication, a trend organisations and experts are keen to encourage...

  9. Can charities survive the COVID squeeze?

    COVID-19 put a blowtorch to long-standing problems in the not-for-profit sector. How can CAs help in this forced shake-up?...

  10. How coronavirus heightens the risk of fraud

    The pandemic delivers a perfect set of circumstances for the fraud triangle – opportunity, motivation and rationalisation...

  11. NZ insolvency practitioners warn of spike in company liquidations

    NZ insolvency practitioners warn many businesses will close permanently in February and March after coronavirus supports end...

  12. Insolvency Is Not The Only Option For Business Owners Post-Lockdown

    From the economic fallout of the lockdown comes a question of whether to go insolvent or not. Business owners need to know that a restructure could be a viable option...

  13. NZ’s new 'safe harbour' is a COVID-19 lifeline for honest directors

    NZ’s temporary “safe harbour” legislation gives directors relief from reckless trading penalties, but it’s not a free pass...

  14. Understanding the post-COVID insurance market

    COVID-19’s impact on the domestic insurance market appears mild, but don’t be complacent. Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  15. How interim suspensions protect the public and the profession

    If a CA’s behaviour poses an imminent risk to clients, CA ANZ can impose an interim suspension. But people need to speak up...

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