The cyber security handbook features guidance for CIOs and business leaders around key threats and important conversations
It’s been almost four years since business owners Carl Woerndle and his brother Alex were caught up in a cyber attack so damaging it destroyed their once prospering technology business, Distribute.IT.
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Co-founder of the now-defunct Distribute.IT, Carl Woerndle, gives a warts and all account of the cyber attack so damaging it destroyed his once prospering technology business.
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Myer’s chief information and supply chain officer, Richard Umbers, has been promoted to CEO and managing director, following Bernie Brookes' retirement, the retail group announced on Monday.
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