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  1. Cybersecurity: What is your weakest link?

    CFOs who think cybersecurity isn’t their problem face a rude awakening says George Weston Foods’ CFO, Lorna Raine CA...

  2. What today’s CFOs need to know about cyber risk

    Cyber risks are financial risks, so today’s CFOs should see working with IT on a cybersecurity strategy as part of the job...

  3. Cyber threats are endless, so protect your organisation’s crown jewels

    No organisation has limitless resources, so it’s critical to determine priorities in your business’s cybersecurity spend...

  4. Why CFOs should take the lead on cyber security

    It’s time CFOs played a leading role in their organisation’s cyber security...

  5. Report examines the benefits and pitfalls of trust

    New CA ANZ report digs deeper into trust issues for businesses and professionals...

  6. The Future of Trade: Are we ready to embrace the opportunities?

    A new paper examines how trade will continue to be critical for the future prosperity of Australia and New Zealand...

  7. The Future of Blockchain

    The Future of Blockchain: Applications and Implications of Distributed Ledger Technology...

  8. What’s the future for offshoring?

    Making the most of offshoring As we shift to a knowledge economy, it’s more important than ever to find ways to increase productivity, especially in the services sector. Offshoring provides a...

  9. Disruptive technologies: Risks and Opportunities

    How do we future proof business when technology is rapidly changing the way we work?...

  10. Will technology disrupt our existing and future infrastructure?

    future[inc] thought leadership paper from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand - Will technology disrupt our existing and future infrastructure?...

  11. Digital currencies: where to from here?

    Digital currencies: fad or future? The most well-known ‘virtual’ currency is Bitcoin. Like all digital currencies it’s based on cryptographic proof instead of trust, allowing any two willing parties...

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