Friday, July 1, 2022

The current condition of intelligent automation adoption in cybersecurity

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In the past year, research indicates that nearly a third of organisations have accelerated their plans to automate key security and IR processes, whilst another 85% plan on automating them in the next 12 months. Despite the positivity of these statistics, many organisations struggle to change to a more automated process. This was highlighted at a recent webinar we held with a panel of senior cybersecurity experts from a multitude of sectors.

Low-income borrowers on affordability schemes to struggle securing finance

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Low-income borrowers may still struggle to qualify for finance if using a two per cent deposit housing affordability scheme. The incoming Labor Government’s proposed Help To Buy scheme aims to provide an equity contribution of up to forty per cent for eligible low to middle-income homebuyers, with only a two per cent deposit saving seemingly required.

Business leaders have to do more to prioritise employee mental health

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It’s no surprise the pandemic completely changed everyone’s lives, with a good majority of employees leaving their jobs because they are not only wanting more from their careers, but needed more support from their workplace. Much has been made of “The Great Resignation," with work itself evolving, it reflects a reprioritisation of personal choices on a global scale — creating a discontinuity that should be of great concern to every leader.

Australians will probably vote for the guy that will deliver on the economy

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Our research results show that most consumers buy products that are best for their needs, even when they don’t like or trust the brand behind the product. Compared to UK and US, Aussie consumers allocate a greater share of wallet to ‘bastard’ brands – firms that they believe to be dishonest, deceitful, or knowingly hide that their products do harm to society.

What can employers do to retain talent in light of tech skills shortage?

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‘The Great Resignation’ has been at the forefront of every business leader’s mind since the beginning of the pandemic two years ago. But for Australians in particular, it’s further exacerbating the ongoing technical skills shortage that employers have faced for many years. Australia has had to rely on skilled migrant workers to fill highly-sought after technical roles, which only became more difficult when the international borders closed. Despite borders reopening and the business world returning to some semblance of normalcy, the technology skills shortage could worsen with the federal government’s announcement that it will halve the number of migrant workers entering the country on skilled visas in the next financial year.

Tissue regeneration technology will revolutionise surgery in Australia

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It is one of those rare small companies on the cusp of being able to play a key role globally – and Australia will play a crucial role in that journey. Osteopore is on an exciting path, we have commercial traction, and our novel medical tech platform is proven and has numerous apps for bone regrowth and hopefully in the near future for cartilage, tendons and ligaments.

The impacts of China’s COVID lockdowns on Australian agriculture

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Strict lockdowns in China – as the country tries to eradicate the spread of COVID – are not only affecting its citizens, but also having flow-on impacts on trading partners, like Australia. There are four impacts of the lockdowns that are set to have ramifications for agribusiness – disruptions to freight logistics, Chinese corn plantings, dairy demand and hog pricing.

Africans torn between multiple diversified domicile portfolios

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In 2022, the Caribbean island nations of St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, and Grenada are the most popular citizenship by investment programs that Africans ask about. Other favorites are the Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program, which offers citizenship in Europe and all its associated benefits, such as visa-free travel to Europe’s Schengen Area countries, and the Turkey Citizenship by Investment Program, which has the Southern African countries predominated the growth markets on the continent in 2021.

Dissecting the emerging wealth hierarchy on the African continent

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The pursuit of wealth is among the most universal of human endeavors. Regardless of their culture, their time of existence or the value system of their society, throughout civilizations and whichever deity they may have praised, humankind has pursued wealth.

How sustainable is the play-to-earn model in metaverse projects?

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Lately, metaverse projects have been gaining traction in the crypto and blockchain space, with gaming as one of the most pursued activities. Games like Axie Infinity have made history, having generated roughly US$780 million in sales within 30 days back in June 2021. This game has since reached US$1.1 billion in sales and a valuation of about US$3 billion. Some of this success can be attributed to its play-to-earn model, which is also partly behind the success of other metaverse games. These include Silk, My Neighbor Alice, Gods Unchained, CryptoKittties, Pirate X Pirate, Forest Knight and Mines of Dalarnia.