Patch me if you can: key challenges and considerations

In this third and final post of our series on vulnerability management, elevenM’s Theo Schreuder explores some of the common challenges faced by those running vulnerability management programs.

Privacy in focus: The consent catch-22

From the 22 questions on notice, consent, and use and disclosure in the Privacy Act issues paper, there is one underlying question: Who should bear responsibility for safeguarding individuals’ privacy?  

Patch me if you can: the six steps of vulnerability management

This is the second post in a three-part series on vulnerability management. In this post, elevenM’s Theo Schreuder describes the six steps of a vulnerability management program. In the first post of this series, we explored why vulnerability management is important and looked at key considerations for setting up a vulnerability management program for success.…

Privacy in focus: What’s in a word?

In this post from our ‘Privacy in focus’ blog series, we explore arguments for and against changes to the definition of personal information being considered by the review of the Privacy Act, and the implications of those changes. One of the simplest but most far-reaching potential amendments to the Privacy Act is the replacement of…

Standards – huhh! – what are they good for?

elevenM’s Cassie Findlay looks at getting the most out of standards. Cassie is a current member of the Standards Australia Committee on Records Management and a former member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Committee on Records Management. She was lead author of the current edition of the International Standard on records management, ISO 15489.  “Standards are…

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