Aussies set to leaves brands that fail to protect data
New research reveals Australian consumers will walk away from a brand if they failed to protect their personal data.
Consumers want brands and retailers fined for fake reviews
Australian consumers want brands and retailers fined for fake reviews with many wanting a fine of more than 20% of the business’ total revenue.
Report highlights gaps in trust between enterprises and consumers
ISACA defines digital trust as the confidence in the integrity of relationships, interactions and transactions among providers and consumers.
Special report: Okta provides insights around Zero Trust adoption in APAC
Digital identity has become paramount to enterprise security as changes to business climates occur, and organisations across the globe are slowly shifting towards implementing Zero Trust solutions.
Data protection: How SMEs can secure online consumers’ trust
Consumers believe how a company treats their data reflects how they treat their customers, according to a new survey.
Privacy, data ethics and the ‘seismic shift’ in consumer trust
Aussie consumers have low levels of trust for advertising, but will pay more to purchase from a trusted brand, a new report from Cheetah Digital reveals.
Future of work: How to build an intelligent and caring workplace
It has been established. Hybrid work is now standard practice, an expectation, a way of life.
APAC consumers worried about how brands use personal data - Adobe
Adobe's latest study of more than 5000 APAC consumers and 900 senior business leaders reveals a strong correlation between brand trust and consumer behaviour.
Research finds Kiwis prefer real backdrops in video calls
New research from Natural Paint Co. has found that 74% of Kiwis prefer seeing a natural background behind people during video meetings.
Without trust, your security team is dead in the water
The rise of cyberattacks has increased the need for sound security that works across any type of business, but with any change, buy-in is essential. Airwallex explains why.
Adobe study finds lack of digital trust and utilisation in Australian Government agencies
New research commissioned by Adobe has revealed a significant lack of digital trust within Australian Government departments, along with the continued underutilisation of key digital processes.
Consumers want personalisation, but don't trust brands with their data
Customers expect personalisation during every brand interaction but they don't trust brands to keep their personal data secure and to use it responsibly.
9/10 Aussies to stop spending if personal data compromised
"Based on the patterns we are seeing among Australian consumers, it is evident that trust in a brand is exceptionally important."
Talend introduces new data health solutions for businesses
Talend has announced its latest version of Talend Data Fabric, with the release of Talend Trust Score enabling data teams to establish a foundation for data health.
Is voluntary cybersecurity enough for NZ's critical infrastructure?
Critical infrastructure - that term by itself sounds impressive, maybe even distressing. But what makes critical infrastructure so significant?
Digital trust vital in fight against against cybersecurity threats
“Identity, integrity and encryption are essential building blocks for organisations looking to instill confidence."
The call is coming from inside the house
Security and privacy breaches are accelerating, and the external forces we have been applying to slow the rate are hardly making an impact.
Australian consumers demand hyper-personalisation, new report reveals
The way to engage with consumers is through real-time, hyper-personalised experiences, a new eConsultancy report, in partnership with Cheetah Digital reveals.
Explainability: the foundation of trust in data
In 2022, data is one of the most valuable assets Australian organisations possess. Long-term success and durability for businesses rest upon it.
Future of trust: Security compliance automation investment set to increase
Data security, confidentiality, integrity, and availability are now key issues for all organisations, as is the imperative to use data ethically while complying with a complex web of industry and regional regulations.
Australians have mixed feelings on cybersecurity priorities according to new PWC research
Australians have been found to have seemingly mixed priorities when it comes to cybersecurity, a new study by PWC has revealed.
In data we trust - or do we? The human-machine relationship examined
As a society, we have all individually developed significant yet quiet relationships over the past decade, many of us without even realising it.