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McGrathNicol becomes Founding Partner in Australian Insider Risk Centre
Wed, 17th Jan 2024
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fraud
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Advisory firm McGrathNicol has joined the Australian Insider Risk Centre of Excellence as a Founding Partner, set to contribute towards enhancing Australia’s cyber resilience.
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Veeam unveils Backup for Salesforce v2 offering enhanced data protection
Thu, 16th Nov 2023
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virtualisation
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data protection
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partner programmes
Veeam has launched Backup for Salesforce v2, promising multi-cloud support and an improved testing environment.
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Beating public sector procurement fraud – SAS
Tue, 26th Nov 2019
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government
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corruption
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fraud
The single biggest source of crime experienced by public sector entities is the internal employee in a position of trust.
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Queensland Premier bans Ministerial use of private email & messaging apps
Wed, 21st Mar 2018
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facebook
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whatsapp
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corruption
The Queensland Government has forbidden its ministers from using their own private email and messaging accounts for ministerial business.
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C6 Intelligence expands Asia footprint with new managing director
Mon, 12th Feb 2018
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corruption
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money laundering
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retail
Cybercrime prevention agency C6 Intelligence has expanded its Asia operations through the appointment of a new APAC managing director for the region.
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Bad reputation: The impact of bribery & corruption on ANZ businesses
Thu, 22nd Jun 2017
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deloitte
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corruption
Our cross-Tasman regulators are actively enforcing agendas to minimise money laundering, terrorist financing, corporate misconduct and fraud.
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Thai govt selects NZ security to tackle corruption
Tue, 26th Jan 2016
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government
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wynyard group
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corruption
Wynyard Group partners with Thailand's anti-corruption commission to tackle internal corruption in government.
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Countdown happy at being exonerated under Commerce Commission inquiry
Thu, 20th Nov 2014
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corruption
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pricing
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revenue
Progressive Enterprises managing director Dave Chambers said he felt exonerated by the outcome of a Commerce Commission inquiry into anti-competiti.
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Supermarket inquiry finds no breaches by Countdown
Thu, 20th Nov 2014
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commerce commission
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corruption
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fair trading act
The Commerce Commission inquiry into anti-competitive behaviour by Countdown supermarkets, alleged by former Labour Party MP Shane Jones, has found.
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NZ becomes 'Best Country for Business'
Fri, 16th Nov 2012
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forbes
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transparency
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nz
A transparent and stable business climate sees New Zealand top Forbes' business list.
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Labour demands Govt inquiry over Huawei handling
Tue, 9th Oct 2012
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broadband
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labour party
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nz
After U.S. officials accused the company of bribery and spying, opposition party questions the Chinese firm's share of the $1.35 billion UFB rollout.
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Kroll names NZ distributor - Updated
Tue, 20th Jul 2010
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storagecraft
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soft solutions
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kroll ontrack
Soft Solutions tells The Channel its always on the lookout for new vendor opportunities in the New Zealand marketplace.
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We just happened to be in the neighbourhood
Sun, 1st Nov 2009
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partner programmes
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japan
Doing business in Asia can be challenging, but with careful preparation and perseverance, it can be a rewarding venture.