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My Data Rules: A Recipe for Creating Your Data Breach Response Plan

My Data Rules: A Recipe for Creating Your Data Breach Response Plan

CREDITORWATCH | 12 MIN READ Notifiable Data Breaches (“NDB”) With the commencement of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth) (“Privacy Act”) on 22 February 2018, not only is there an obligation on businesses to notify the regulator (the OAIC) about a “serious data breach” but also a requirement to have a Data […]

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2018 – It’s here to stay

2018 – It’s here to stay

Here we are in early 2018, a time where all those earnest NYE resolutions and commitments (lose weight, get fit, eat healthy, find true love, have more dynamic relationships etc. etc. etc.) all lie behind us, busted and broken. 7% of the year has now been spent on sun, sport and sausages and now the […]

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Let’s Talk… Late Payments

Let’s Talk… Late Payments

SMEs are vulnerable to late payers in Australia, with Small Business Ombudsman Kate Carnell stating, in April, that larger organisations are using them as a “cheap form of finance”, restricting their growth and causing solvency issues. From calls for legislation to the introduction of a voluntary code to deter late payments, late payments have never been a hotter topic, and […]

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Four ways to deal with financial difficulties in your business

Four ways to deal with financial difficulties in your business

All businesses, even great ones, face challenges. Despite your best efforts as a director to maintain your company’s prosperity, some challenges can be too much to overcome on your own. In Australia, 7,464 companies entered liquidation or administration in the 2016/2017 financial year, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Financial difficulties are […]

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How to avoid unenforceable contracts

How to avoid unenforceable contracts

No business operates in complete isolation. Agreements must be made between your business and its customers, as well as with other businesses such as suppliers and distributors. So how do businesses enforce their agreements? The answer is through the formation of legally binding contracts. Unfortunately, many businesses get caught out with unenforceable contracts and, in turn, […]

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