2020 was both challenging and disruptive for everyone. In Australia, just when we’d become optimistic about the economic and societal recovery after the devastating summer bushfires, the COVID-19 pandemic struck. For most organisations and their employees, two words summarise the year that unfolded as a result—remote working.
Westpac has announced new measures intended to reduce the use of online and mobile banking to send abusive messages.
2020 has shown us that we live in a very uncertain world, and with cybercriminals upping their game to devastating new levels this year, the world needs reliable cybersecurity more than ever - so what can we expect in 2021?
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