Should Australian startups skip the EU because of GDPR?

Should Australian startups skip the EU because of GDPR?

The CEO of an Australian FinTech startup says he is considering excluding the EU from his business plan, because the upcoming new EU regulation on consumer data protection, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), brings challenges that would outweigh potential business benefits in the EU region in the short term.

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CyberSecurity McCarthyism, Collaboration & Home Brands

CyberSecurity McCarthyism, Collaboration & Home Brands

The US government is lashing out at Kaspersky Lab over concerns the cybersecurity company would willingly collaborate with foreign government entities that would pose a serious threat to the US. The case begs key questions on building trust in cybersecurity companies, enabling an effective global collaboration and fostering further local innovation. Continue reading “CyberSecurity McCarthyism, Collaboration & Home Brands”

CyRise, a bridge to Australian Cyber Security world success & a view on citizens’ cyber security

CyRise, a bridge to Australian Cyber Security world success & a view on citizens’ cyber security

CyRise

CyRise ran a launch session event in Brisbane last night. I found great interest in the project. CyRise is a fantastic initiative designed to launch new Australian Cyber Security startups. Continue reading “CyRise, a bridge to Australian Cyber Security world success & a view on citizens’ cyber security”