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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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Trade and intellectual property in a time of rising protectionism

During a recent visit to Adelaide the Honorable Ronald A Cass, President of Cass & Associates from Virginia, USA delivered a special guest lecture to friends and alumni of the Adelaide Business School and the University of Adelaide’s Institute of International Trade.
His visit to Australia saw him play an active role in the University of […]

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