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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Placing the spotlight on human impact turns cyber security on its head

Collaborative research by the Adelaide Business School (ABS) is encouraging businesses to conduct a major re-think about their approach to cyber security. And it’s having a significant, positive impact on the way businesses are dealing with it: placing employee behaviour first, with software and technology firewalls a distant second.
Today’s cyber attacks are increasingly sophisticated. They […]

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International Lecturer Daniel Rottig to teach “Managing Multinational Corporations” Course

Business School, Economics, Global Agriculture & Food and International Trade postgraduate students can enrol into INTBUS 7016 – Managing Multinational Corporations course in trimester 2, 2016.
Taught by Daniel Rotting “The principal objective of this course is to prepare graduate students to better understand the complexity of entering foreign markets through equity-based entry modes and to […]

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