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Your CyAUD is conducted by lawyers, meaning your cybersecurity advice is protected by legal professional privilege. Read about the Capital One case to find out why this protection is so important for your business.
> Origin from words 'Enter' + 'Disruption'.
> Useful in cyber insurance parlance as determining liability can lie with knowing at what point the criminal entered the system vice at what point there was a disruption and the crime was discovered.
> "ENT-": Middle English: from Old French entrer, from Latin intrare, from intra ‘within’.
> "-UPTION:Origin late Middle English: from Latin disr-upt- ‘broken apart’, from the verb disr-umpere .
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We engage experts from around the world to suit your needs. Whether your are after legal advice, cybersecurity audits, or a CPD, we have the qualifications, tools and experience.
WiseLaw understands that as your organisation changes in scope and size, so do your cyber needs. We will accompany you to increase your cyber resilience for as long as you need.
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- EJ Wise, founder
On Jenny Queen's most recent podcast. EJ discusses how she tackles the brilliant minds of the dark web and the explosion of cybercrime that is taking place since Covid.
"In other words, the frequency and severity of state-based cyber-attacks on the various levels of government and business in Australia are expected only to rise."
"...secure video conferencing alone does not produce cyber safe outcomes ... practices may be remedied by adopting simple human factor-focused steps."