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Draft Cash in Transit Code

ASIAL has prepared a draft Code of Practice covering the risks associated with managing cash in transit activities. Members can request a copy of the draft by contacting the Association.

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  • Security 2014 Conference

    Date: 04/06/2014

    The Security 2014 Conference will take place in Melbourne from 4-5th June 2014. The Conference brings together international and local leaders influencing the security landscape. Speakers include Microsoft, IBM, Hills and Avigilon

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  • Security 2014 Gala Dinner

    Date: 04/06/2014

    The Security 2014 Gala Dinner will be held at Cargo Hall on South Wharf Promenade, Melbourne. Entertainment will be provided by two of Australia's leading comedians: Dave Hughes (MC) and Dave O'Neill.

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  • NBN where to now?

    Since the change of Federal Government in September 2013 the National Broadband Network (NBN) debate has raged about what technologies the NBN Co will utilise to provide the infrastructure for Australia’s future in an ever increasing global economy.

  • Privacy legislation changes - Do you have your policy up to date?

    From 12 March 2014, the Australian Privacy Principles (APP’s) will replace the national Privacy Principles and Information Privacy Principles.  The Australian Government manage privacy through the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. Changes with the introduction of the APP’s include a general obligation to implement compliant privacy practices, new privacy policy requirements, new procedures for dealing with unsolicited personal information, new requirements for direct marketing, changes to credit reporting laws and enhanced powers for the Australian Information Commissioner.

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Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA)

TUSMA has entered into agreements with telecommunication providers to ensure consumers are provided with safety-net communications regarding the impending disconnection of the copper network, as well as arrangements to cover the costs of any in-premises cabling required to run a voice-telephony service over the National Broadband Network (NBN).
 

 

 

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