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Worried about getting hacked? Here are the latest extortion methods

As pernicious as the Optus data breach is, companies face even greater threats from hackers as they find more sophisticated ways to profit from crime.

  • Sally Patten


Would you lie to Jamie Dimon?

At JP Morgan, executives told junior staff they didn’t have to attend work, contradicting orders from the bank’s famous CEO.

  • Aaron Patrick

Cyber insurance premiums soar 80pc as claims surge

The cost of taking out cyber cover has doubled on average every year for the past three years, says global insurance broker Marsh.

  • Sally Patten


Why this Melbourne bookshop is open to bargaining fix

Readings boss Mark Rubbo is open to multi-employer bargaining after describing his business as locked in a β€œtraumatising” enterprise bargaining stoush.

  • Gus McCubbing

Fears brain drain could accelerate as overseas firms poach staff

Australia has become a hunting ground for offshore companies looking for lawyers, accountants, data and technology specialists and human resources experts.

  • Sally Patten

Nearly a third of companies failing to tackle tech challenges: survey

A third of respondents to a Governance Institute of Australia survey said it was not important for directors to have high-level technology skills.

  • Sally Patten

Inclusive leadership the way forward for business

In a diverse world with complex problems, leaders need to embrace inclusivity if their businesses are to thrive.