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University Falls Victim to Phishing Scam

From Ransomware to Phishing Scam Just over a year ago we reported on a ransomware attack on the University of Calgary, which resulted in the university paying a ransom of $20,000. Now, only last month, another Canadian university, MacEwan University in Edmonton,...

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Insurance and Self Managed Super: Don’t Get Caught Out!

Self-managed super funds are now the fastest growing part of the superannuation market in Australia, with more than one million of us being members of an SMSF. SMSFs have become a popular way for Australians to build their retirement savings because they generally...

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Introducing The New Coverforce Leed Claims Manager

Meet Chris Edwards, he is the new Claims Manager for Coverforce Leed Insurance Brokers. Through our new partnership with Coverforce we have been able to step up our claims support and have now added a new level of service by extending our claims division. We have gone...

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How A Trade Mark Protects Your Business

What’s in a name? Don’t be fooled into believing that if you have registered your business name, company name or website domain, that you have sole rights over the use of that name in Australia. The only way you can claim any rights to your name (in whatever form) is...

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2017-2018 Prescribed Amounts for Workers’ Compensation

Changes  to Prescribed Amounts for Workers’ Compensation Work Cover WA has now released the new Prescribed Amounts for workers’ compensation for the period 2017 – 2108. What are Prescribed Amounts? In each workers compensation claim there are limits to the amount an...

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Australian Firms Become Victims of Cyber Attack

Latest Cyber Attack Hits Australia The first global ransomware cyber attack to hit businesses in May was Wanna Cry, which at the time was considered the biggest ever ransomware attack to hit 150 countries and more than 200,000 computers. It was certainly a wake-up...

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Australian Clean Energy Summit 2017

Con Manetas attended the Clean Energy Summit in Sydney last week. Over 80 speakers spoke at the two-day event, among them was the Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten, who gave a stirring address to over 200 strong and  faithful Clean Energy Council members and...

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