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Tuesday, 24 January 2023 22:39

Deel launches world first global HR platform

Deel has announced its new all-in-one HR platform built for global teams to simplify every aspect of managing the workforce. It’s also free for companies with under 200 employees making it an ideal HRIS for any company of any size.

Published in Business Software

Without training, 21% of the untrained global workforce did not know who to go to when faced with a threat, according to a new study from security awareness training and simulated phishing platform provider KnowBe4 .

Published in Security

COMPANY NEWS: 8x8, a leading unified cloud communications platform, and Genesys, a global cloud leader in customer experience orchestration, today announced a product integration of 8x8 Work with Genesys Cloud CX. With the new integration, organisations can align agents and the appropriate subject matter experts to quickly collaborate for better customer outcomes.

Published in Company News

Oracle has announced a new solution, Oracle Dynamic Skills, to help organisations better understand, manage and grow the skills of their workforce. Oracle Dynamic Skills is part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) and provides HR and business leaders with the insights to ensure they have the right talent now and in the future.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 20 November 2020 12:32

2021 DATA RISK REPORT FINANCIAL SERVICES

GUEST RESEARCH:  Varonis, a global pioneer in data security, has just released its 2021 Financial Services Data Risk Report, which delves into the state of data security in the banking, insurance, and investment sectors.

Financial services remains one of the most targeted industries by malicious attacks, partly due to the sensitive data it collects from customers, with the average cost of a data breach among the highest of any industry at 5.85 million USD. Despite the need to protect this sensitive data, on average, every employee has access to nearly 11 million files.

The abrupt transition to remote work has exponentially increased this risk, with employees logging in through unsecured networks and home computers. Furthermore, it has potentially increased the response time to a data breach.

Some of the key findings include:

  • A financial services employee has access to nearly 11 million files. For larger companies, the number doubles to 20 million files.
  • 20% of all folders are open to every employee.
  • 39% of companies have over 10,000 stale — but enabled — user accounts.
  • Nearly two-thirds of companies have 1,000+ sensitive files open to every employee.
  • About 60% of companies have 500+ passwords that never expire.

The full Varonis report can be accessed here.

Published in Guest Research

Mobile service provider Lycamobile has been penalised $25,000 for underpaying an employee’s wages, including full overtime entitlements.

Published in Technology Regulation

Global professional services company Avanade Technology has released its predictions for what it says would be big news in tech in 2018, ready to revolutionise Australian business.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

A new survey shows the majority of Australian companies are monitoring employees, with excessive use of Internet shopping sites monitored while 27% of companies block shopping sites entirely.

Published in Recruitment

Google (along with Facebook) might be the company that struggles with issues around privacy, but that hasn't stopped the superlative search company from being one of the most desirable places to work, with over 75,000 people sending their CVs into Google last week - setting a new company record!

IT and Telecommunications specialist, Launch Recruitment has recently added another four experts to their growing team.

Tuesday, 09 February 2010 13:05

Virgin Blue selects local workers comp software

Virgin Blue has picked ComOps' safety, risk and claims management software.
Published in Listed Tech

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