As National Security agencies and specialist private sector units come together to discuss current trends and future threats in the ever evolving cyber risk landscape, three distinct hurdles became clear: managing third party risk, the role of AI in Cyber and how we better enable threat intelligence sharing to protect Australia's national interests.
Real success in selling to the public sector means being in the market for the long haul. While it’s possible to get quick wins in government sales, achieving strong and sustainable scale means committing to the market. Doing business with all tiers of government means you need to take a long- term view. The public sector can be a complex market, but if you can establish a solid presence you will build a strong residual business with a much higher barrier to entry from potential competitors, compared to other industries. Companies selling to government that take the long view have …
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For those who work in government and particularly in areas related to innovation, the digital space, policy or operations, there are many lessons to learn from the pandemic and many new things to implement as the state emerges from the worst of the pandemic. Read on to learn how five departments innovated through collaboration.
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 …
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