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Cybersecurity continues to be a national challenge for Australia. One in three Australians are now impacted by Cybersecurity breaches, with a new crime reported every 10 minutes. The traditional scams, ransoms and other threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and the difficulty in defending against them is compounded by the emergence of a host of new and diversified attack types.
Changes to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA) introduces, amongst other things, a new certification regime and a new due diligence duty for executives and directors. This checklist has been developed to outline the relevant changes to four pieces of legislation.
It is hard to aspire to be something that you cannot see. With such low rates of representation, pursuing a legal profession is not something many young Māori students could picture themselves aspiring to be.