The Australian Government has issued its long-awaited response to the Productivity Commission’s Data Availability and Use Inquiry, affirming its...
The Australian Government has issued its long-awaited response to the Productivity Commission’s Data Availability and Use Inquiry, affirming its commitment to data reform.
CPS 234 is the first prudential standard to address information and cyber security.
It provides advice on the design and implementation of Australia’s Open Banking system and is the first stage in a broader consumer data right.
The Australian Government announced it will legislate a Consumer Data Right which will initially give consumers access to their banking, electricity, phone and internet transactions.
The Australian Government’s open data and digital agenda has sparked renewed debate around privacy, governance and security.
Australia's coordinated and strategic framework to respond to the increasing risks of sabotage, espionage and coercion against Australia’s national critical infrastructure.
We look at reforms in the telecommunications sector to see what hints they provide on the Australian Government’s approach to other critical infrastructure, including electricity, ports and water.
KWM's response to the Review into Open Banking in Australia’s Issues Paper under which consumers could request financial institutions to provide or share their data.
The Australian Government has announced plans to introduce new legislation to force global tech companies to unlock and provide encrypted information to authorities for law enforcement purposes.
In response to a loophole, a Bill has been introduced to require all companies and registered schemes to record each member’s email address in the register of members....
The Productivity Commission’s Final Report on Data Availability and Use recommends Australia adopt a risk-based, scalable approach to data sharing. What are the implications for the energy &...
The Productivity Commission's final report into Data Availability and Use will present both risks and opportunities for the technology sector if adopted by the Australian Government.