New Zealanders' concern over online misinformation growing
Growing concern over misleading online information grips 65% of New Zealanders, with women and the elderly expressing the greatest worries.
Google joins C2PA, bolstering fight against digital misinformation
Google joins the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity as a steering member, reinforcing efforts to boost transparency and tackle misinformation in digital content.
Australian privacy concerns rise over Generative AI, Cisco study shows
Cisco's latest Data Privacy Benchmark Study reveals growing concerns about AI privacy risks, with 27% of organisations banning GenAI applications, and trust issues hampering AI development.
'Singaporeans concerned over internet misinformation, Digital 2024 report reveals'
Despite high internet penetration, Singaporeans show concern over digital misinformation and personal data use, says the Digital 2024 report by Meltwater and We Are Social.
Valentia Technologies to defend vigorously against Medtech's claims
Valentia Technologies, a New Zealand-based healthcare tech firm, announces its determination to vigorously refute legal allegations by rival company, Medtech Limited.
EU chief urges Europe to boost AI initiatives at Davos
EU Chief Ursula von der Leyen urges Europe to increase AI adoption for competitiveness at the World Economic Forum.
CEOs fear AI & climate change could sink firms – report
Global CEOs voice rising concern over long-term corporate sustainability, citing advancements in AI and climate disruption, as per PwC survey.
Top six recommendations for remaining robust and resilient in 2024
Facing increasing cybersecurity threats, experts insist on switching from passwords to phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication amidst the rise of AI-driven phishing attempts in 2023.
Risk Outlook 2024 warns of AI-driven misinformation threat
The International SOS Risk Outlook 2024 warns of the growing impact of AI-induced misinformation, citing AI-manipulated videos of Singapore's PM as a key concern.
Investors doubt sincerity of corporate sustainability reports, PwC survey reveals
94% of investors doubt the credibility of corporations' sustainability reports, suggests 2023 PwC Global Survey.
Australian firms boost AI investments for business operations, survey finds
Australian companies are significantly increasing AI investments to ramp up productivity and outpace competitors, a Dynatrace survey reveals.
Australian businesses increase AI investment for improved productivity
Australian firms are beefing up their AI investments to enhance productivity, and counter cyber threats, a new survey reveals.
Study finds over half of of users unsatisfied with AI tools
Over half of corporate research professionals are displeased with AI tools, requiring more than just chat functions, says study.
Venafi forecasts rise of '1000x developer' & hacker threats
Venafi warns of the rise of '1000x developer' and '1000x hacker' threats in 2024, fuelled by burgeoning AI innovations and cloud native vulnerabilities.
McAfee's hacker list reveals Margot Robbie among top 10 exploited celebrities
McAfee reveals cybercriminals exploit Australian actress Margot Robbie and other celebrities for online scams.
Australian firm Kismet acquires Media.com to combat fake news
Kismet Group acquires Media.com to offer a platform combating misinformation and protecting users' reputation.
New researcher tool boosts accuracy of academic GenAI summaries
Iris.ai launches RW 1.0 to tackle inaccuracies in AI-generated research summaries, marking a significant step forward for the AI industry.
Deepfake and AI 101: Twelve tips to spot a deepfake
Deepfake technology can be used maliciously or with unethical intent, and this means deepfakes are a potentially dangerous tool.
The link between cybersecurity, extremist threat and misinformation online in Aotearoa
Long story short, it's often the case that misinformation, threat and extremism link closely to cybersecurity issues and cyber harm.
Why the success of client collaboration projects depends on addressing these five warning signs
Dysfunctional collaboration practices are risking project success and client relationships, warns Australian Institute of Project Management and KPMG.
The three horsemen of cyber risks: misinformation, disinformation, and fake news
Misleading information has emerged as one of the leading cyber risks in our society, affecting political leaders and the economy, says new study.
Trump social media ban too little, too late
Social media's suspension of Trump does little to combat online misinformation, says Reset Australia's Chris Cooper.
Australians fear COVID-19 misinformation threat - study
Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on social media is feared to hinder Australia's vaccination efforts, according to a new poll.
Four security threats affecting FSIs in 2020
The 2020 Future Cyber Threats report by Accenture highlights six extreme threats to the global financial services sector. Here are four of them.