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  1. Guarding against cyber attacks

    The recent WannaCry ransomware attack is a reminder of the need for businesses to remain vigilant when it comes to cyber security...

    02/06/2017

  2. Seven steps to comply with new data laws

    Organisations which do not comply with new data protection laws in the EU and Australia can face tough penalties. Heres a checklist to avoid falling foul of the new data rules...

    28/06/2018

  3. AI at an ethical crossroads

    In a world where robots will one day write code for themselves, the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning creates new ethical dilemmas, according to a new paper by CA ANZ...

    26/07/2018

  4. How data will change the future of audit

    The world is watching you. Accounting and audit are set to become the main ways that democratic societies protect themselves from the tyranny of big data...

    24/09/2017

  5. How banks can keep customer trust in the age of AI

    There are more questions than answers in the robo-world thats coming our way, but with care banks can turn these into positives and still protect data...

    07/11/2017

  6. Robot taxes and universal basic income

    Bill Gatess proposal for arobot taxhighlights technological risks to jobsand also to the income tax base...

    16/06/2017

  7. Facial share and the beard tax

    A beard tax? Not by the hairs of our chinny chin chins says the Beard Liberation Front...

    24/04/2017

  8. How to identify a trusted adviser

    Advisors who are members of a professional body must adhere to certain standards and rules around professionalism and ethics...

    23/08/2017

  9. The dementia epidemic and financial control

    How capable is an ageing population of making complex financial decisions, and what happens when cognitive abilities decline?...

    01/12/2016

  10. Are we ready for a big bank failure in a time of recession?

    Eight years have passed since Lehmann Brothers collapsed, but have lessons really been learned? In a time of recession, is the global economy better prepared for the next big bank failure?...

    11/01/2017

  11. Can US banks withstand another great depression?

    Acuity chats with Timothy Geithner, who helmed the US Treasury in the aftermath of the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression...

    07/02/2017

  12. New education standards for financial advisers in Australia

    Chartered Accountants are encouraged to have their say on the new education requirements for licensed financial advisers...

    22/04/2018

  13. Nine steps to drive harassers out of business

    Accounting leaders have put workplace sexual misconduct on their agendas. Is your firm taking all the right steps to prevent it?...

    04/04/2018

  14. Keeping it confidential

    CAs are bound by a strict code of confidentiality, which has changed with the introduction of NOCLAR rules. CA ANZ professional conduct leaders Rebecca Stickney and Kate Dixon offer some tips on...

    22/05/2018

  15. Why trust matters

    In a world of global distrust, where are the true believers? The urgent need to share the benefits of reform shines through in economic reports from both sides of the Tasman...

    06/02/2018

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