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News - 07 02 2019
A Millennial might text SSDD [“polite” translation: same stuff, different day]. Just another typical month in the annals of cyber security. We have hacked emails, breached websites, phishing schemes, privacy incursion, children’s credentials for sale on the Dark Web, weak passwords and a lack of cyber defenses. Welcome to 2019.
News - 10 01 2019
After the New Year a “sobering” reminder of the cyber “naughty” that were active in the digital shadows during December whilst the rest-of-us “nice” were enjoying the celebrations.
News - 07 12 2018
Many of us will soon gather for various dinners and celebrations. We might put away our smart phones, give Alexa some time off, and enjoy the company of “actual” family and friends. After dinner, we may return to the virtual world and use our fitbits to work off the calories, create our electronic holiday cards, catch-up on our fantasy football team, update our Facebook page, do some e-shopping or maybe Skype with those who were not able to make it for dinner. But, as always, be vigilant of unwelcome guests who might be joining you too!
PKF in Thailand have 24 Advisors on Xero, the cloud-based accounting software, the second highest number in Thailand. Research from 6,000 companies has indicated use of cloud-based services for small companies increase productivity and sales per employee.
PKF Thailand is proud to be certified by the Stock Exchange of Thailand to audit listed companies. The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) is Australia’s primary securities exchange and one of the world’s leading market exchanges. We discuss best governance practices with James Gerraty, ASX Listings Manager.
Whistleblowers have been found to be one of the most likely means of detecting fraud and corruption, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) in its Report to the Nations, 2018. It is also apparent from the Report that a significant number of those who reported misconduct did not want their identities known.
News - 12 11 2018
Continuing our journey towards Thailand 4.0, our regular round-up from around the world about cybercrime events from October including information that Cyber criminals particularly like to target minors with identity theft because it often goes undetected for an extended period of time.
The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR, requires businesses to capture and manage customer data in entirely new and complex ways. It requires that they interact with clients according to very specific and time-consuming requirements and are sensitive to their privacy rights and freedoms. But this creates some unique challenges for the hospitality industry.
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