compliance

Standards Australia published their new guide to “Fraud and Corruption Control” (Australian Standard AS8001:2021) in June, their first significant update in the area since 2008. The Standard is intended to apply to all organisations operating in Australia, both for-profit and not-for-profit. The new standard is critical to boards looking to assess their

Compliance, regulation

InPayTech (ASX: IP1) says its wholly-owned subsidiary Comply Path Pty Ltd has signed a software licence and service contract with PrecisionAdministration Services Pty Ltd (Precision).  Precision is the issuer and provider of clearinghouse and single touch payroll products and services under its ‘Beam’ brand. Precision will licence InPayTech’s platform through Comply

Digital transformation is broadening supply chains and increasing cybersecurity risks. Anne Petterd, Partner at Baker McKenzie and panellist at CyberArk’s recent executive panel event discusses the importance of embedding cybersecurity protections across the entire supply chain in order to deliver a successful digital transformation agenda. Petterd suggests that many businesses

Compliance, regulation

From January 1 this year, Australia’s newly enacted Payment Times Reporting Scheme (PTRS) requires businesses and government enterprises with an annual total income of over $100 million to biannually report on their payment terms and practices for their small business suppliers. These reports will then be made publicly available via

Customer data is the essential asset banks need to utilise to better serve their customers, earning trust and inspiring loyalty. Banks that succeed in this endeavour will be rewarded with a greater share of wallet. However, it is not enough to predict customers’ intent and deliver exceptional service. Banks also

Compliance, regulation

Spending on regtech platforms will exceed $115 billion by 2023, up from an estimated $18 billion in 2018. The figures are contained in a new report for Juniper Research. The research found that increased regulatory pressures, as demonstrated by the recent GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) implementation, are driving businesses

In our last blog post, I talked about GDPR – the idea of consent, and how to get started with a GDPR compliance strategy. While those were the basics and a good starting point for marketers, there are a number of specifics and nuances that need to be understood. Even if

safety, risk, compliance, brand safety

Compliance is a growing concern for marketers but risks can be minimised with good marketing operations, according to Jon Williams, senior vice president international, Aprimo. “Most marketers work under some form of compliance, and really what we try and do with good marketing operations is to make that as easy