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cyber recovery
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After the storm: What your tech, legal and risk functions should do after a cyber attack

In the final part of our cyber security series we look at what the tech, legal and risk functions in an organisation need to do post-attack.

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Cyber attack response
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During an attack: What your tech, legal and risk functions should do when a breach occurs

In part two of our cyber response series, we look at how three different areas of an organisation should respond in the immediate aftermath of a breach.

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Cyber security series 1: preparation
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Preventative measures: How your tech, legal and risk functions should prepare for a cyber attack

Cyber security is no longer a job solely for the IT department. To adequately arm your business against ever-increasing threats, all areas of the organisation must do their part.

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contract management
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Spark joy: Creating value from your contracts

Contracts are the lifeblood of an organisation. Within their pages are the decisions that build business history. But without digitisation and management, their true value, and that of the legal team, goes untapped.

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Infographic

Infographic: AI in the legal profession

29 Jun 2017 1 minute

As artificial intelligence makes its way into the legal profession, lawyers may wonder if it spells the end of their jobs or will bring unseen positive opportunities.

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Article

The ethics of artificial intelligence in law

Cameron Whittfield 28 Mar 2017 13 minutes

What happens when artificial intelligence meets the law? We gathered a formidable panel of legal and AI experts to discuss the opportunities and ethical issues that automation presents to legal practitioners and the legal profession.

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Article

Copyright legislation is only half the battle for media companies

Tan Allaway 24 Jun 2015 4 minutes

This week, the Australian government passed new laws to protect copyright. But legislation alone won’t eliminate piracy. Consumers want access to entertainment quickly and conveniently. Offer it to them, and illegal downloading may decline.

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Call to regulate Uber and Airbnb reflects mainstreaming of the sharing economy

John Riccio 27 Jan 2015 3 minutes

The Labour Government’s call to regulate companies like AirBnb and Uber is proof that the sharing economy is here to stay.

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Podcast

Podcast: Fitbit, the courts and private data

21 Nov 2014 1 minute

The use of Fitbit data in a court case suggests the influence of data from connected devices will only continue to grow – our podcast explores the issue.

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