Canada and Australia have significant ambitions in digital government and data sharing. As part of making the decision to enter the Canadian market the Australian digital services company Link Digital has studied the approaches of both governments to understand how to best use our local experience to add value in the Canadian context. The following article looks at commonalities and differences between Australia and Canada in areas such as government service delivery, data sharing, privacy and trust, and digital workforce development and recruitment.
Fight back against data breaches Be better prepared for breaches by understanding their causes and the factors that increase or reduce costs. Explore the comprehensive findings from the Cost of a Data Breach Report 2023. Learn from the experiences of more than 550 organizations that were hit by a data breach. This report provides valuable insights into the threats that you face, along with practical recommendations to upgrade your cybersecurity and minimize losses. Take a deep dive into the report and find out what your organization is up against and how to mitigate the risks.
In our ever-evolving world, there's a growing drive to enhance data accessibility, availability, and visibility. This trend, often dubbed 'data democratisation,' encompasses various interpretations, but its core principle remains constant. To thrive and demonstrate commitment in our modern landscape, sharing data – even in a limited capacity – and fostering collaborative efforts are essential. This trend isn't a one-off; it's set to continue expanding and shaping the future. Consequently, there's a pressing need for individuals to become data literate and receptive to the intricacies of data capture, storage, analysis, and sharing. The Public Sector Data Democratisation: Empowering People, Collaboration and …
By analysing global government trends, collected from over 6,000 government professionals across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada, this report identifies common areas of concern and success, promoting knowledge exchange and fostering international collaboration in an effort to help build the thriving, citizen-centric governments of tomorrow.
The importance of mission-critical applications to a business’s day-to-day operations is evident in the name. Yet what one company considers mission-critical will differ from another’s. No matter what you define as mission-critical for your organisation, there is one commonality across the board. And that is that downtime is not an option, meaning organisations need to prioritise the data integrity, performance and availability of these apps. To do this, they need a robust data storage solution to ensure business continuity and disaster recovery, but that doesn’t increase overall expenditure or create inefficiencies.
With mounting media coverage of the crypto crimes and scandals, one might think the crypto ecosystem is riddled with crime. However, though illicit crypto transaction volumes reached all-time highs last year, the share of all crypto activity associated with crime was less than .25% of all transactions. We are breaking down these trends and more in our 2023 Crypto Crime Report. Download your copy now and you’ll get original data, research, and case studies on the most pressing crypto crime topics.
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