In an ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape, organisations face the daunting challenge of effectively managing their security initiatives. This responsibility falls not only on the IT teams, but also on the board of directors, who play a critical role in overseeing the organisation’s cybersecurity strategy.
While the capability of cybersecurity tools continues to rapidly increase, there is no room for complacency within the organisations deploying them.
Conversations are the fulcrum upon which we, as an industry, identify and begin to solve the challenges facing Australian businesses. Recently, at the...
For most teams, the default mode is execution mode: build and deliver as soon as possible. However, when we are building something new, this way of operating can potentially lead to wasted time and missed opportunities. It is essential to get into exploration mode first and understand the problem in-depth before building a new solution.
Great, innovative teams are characterised by their ability to move quickly, iterate fast, and learn even faster. These teams can be found in startups, but they can also exist in larger organisations as multidisciplinary teams. Such teams are often made up of individuals who possess unique skills and expertise that complement each other.
Innovation is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean? For me, innovation is implementing new ideas that bring value to people. You don’t have to be a creative genius to be innovative – It’s all about the context. What might be ordinary for startups could be groundbreaking for established corporations. Implementing these ideas and measuring their impact is key because what gets measured gets improved.
As the digital world continues to dominate the banking industry, concerns about data security and privacy are coming to the forefront. As algorithms become more advanced, building a profile based on users data, and identifying abnormal transactions that could indicate fraudulent activity. This has led to concerns about privacy, as individuals feel like they are constantly being monitored.
Throughout my career, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to dive headfirst into many innovation projects. They ranged from strategic innovation projects to customer experience improvements, and from exploring new ways of working to executing human-centred automation solutions.