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  • National Data Breach Scheme’s Latest Report Card

    Posted: August 16, 2018

    The Notifiable Data Breaches Quarterly Statistics June Report shows that almost 60 percent of data breaches are the result of malicious or criminal attacks, with breaches being reported particularly in the health and finance sectors.

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  • Shred-it invests in information security with new Sydney plant

    Posted: July 03, 2018

    Member of Parliament for Parramatta and Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, Dr Geoff Lee, opened Shred-it’s the new Sydney plant. The new plant in the Parklands Estate in Rydalmere, New South Wales, is Shred-it’s largest in Australia. It is emblematic of the world leading information security company’s committed investment in Australia.

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  • Shred-it Study: Flexible Work Models Linked to Privacy Risks

    Posted: July 02, 2018

     A trend toward greater flexibility in working arrangements is here to stay, but alongside its obvious benefits, latest research shows an increase in the risk for breaches of confidential customer data.

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  • Shred-it Study: Businesses Ill-Prepared to Meet Information Security Challenges

    Posted: June 20, 2018

    Businesses in Australia need to lift their game if they are to meet the high expectations of their customers around information security. Shred-it’s annual study exposes information and data security risks currently threatening Australian enterprises and small businesses and includes survey findings from the Shred-it Security Tracker...

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  • Common workplace practices putting Australian businesses at risk of fraud

    Posted: November 10, 2016

    Australian business owners urged to address the issue of fraud risk protection as part of International Fraud Awareness Week.

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  • Australian Businesses Identify Human Error as Top Threat to Information Security Today

    Posted: May 30, 2016

    Businesses in Australia view human error as a larger threat to information security than deliberate theft or sabotage from a third party, according to global information security company Shred-it’s second annual Australian Information Security Tracker study.

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