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Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA
Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA

 Property and Environmental Law Section 10 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is concerned by the most recent cyber security incident involving theft of money being paid as part of property transfers transacted using PEXA...

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The Inconvenient Reality
The Inconvenient Reality

 Ian Bloomfield 02 Aug 2018

The need for law firms to act on cyber security is overwhelmingly compelling...

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PEXA hack boosts calls for delay
PEXA hack boosts calls for delay

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2018

Security breaches have compounded concerns about the mandatory electronic conveyancing system...

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LIV calls for PEXA rethink
LIV calls for PEXA rethink

 Belinda Wilson 01 Aug 2018

More security needs to be in place before the e-conveyancing system becomes mandatory...

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 LIV Library 01 Aug 2018

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority is an independent statutory authority supervising institutions across the banking, insurance and superannuation industries. Its new website contains practice guides...

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PEXA cybercrime incidents – lessons learned
PEXA cybercrime incidents – lessons learned

 Ian Bloomfield 02 Jul 2018

In the midst of all the coverage of the recent PEXA cybercrime incidents it is worth taking a step back to identify what lessons can be learned...

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 LIV Library 02 Jul 2018

The Judicial College of Victoria has published useful material relating to the recent changes to the Bail Act 1977 (Vic). The Decision-Making Flowchart for Bail Applications reflects...

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Orwellian model a threat
Orwellian model a threat

 Morry Bailes 02 Jul 2018

It is unacceptable to assume most Australians, who aren’t criminals and have the expectation to be kept safe by the state, are willing to succumb to heightened surveillance...

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PEXA hack raises security fears
PEXA hack raises security fears

 Karin Derkley 26 Jun 2018

A fraudulent transfer of $250,000 points to serious security weaknesses in the electronic conveyancing system that is scheduled to become mandatory later this year...

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Regulating legal technologies
Regulating legal technologies

 Karin Derkley 13 Jun 2018

The rise of automated legal advice technologies (ALATs) is generating a slew of questions as to whether and how they can be regulated...

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ORBIT targets legal assistance clients
ORBIT targets legal assistance clients

 Karin Derkley 04 Jun 2018

An online tool is helping legal assistance providers get their clients off the "referral roundabout" and matched up with the right service provider to deal with their legal problems...

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Redefining legal practice in a tech revolution
Redefining legal practice in a tech revolution

 Fabian Horton 01 Jun 2018

Understanding technology is the only way the legal profession can make strategic decisions about its future. As the technological revolution marches...

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Law firm acts on phishing email threat
Law firm acts on phishing email threat

 Karin Derkley 30 May 2018

A law firm has responded promptly to a phishing attack by warning around 3000 clients and colleagues about an email purportedly sent by the firm that attempts to maliciously gain information...

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Beware of email hacking risk regarding electronic funds transfers
Beware of email hacking risk regarding electronic funds transfers

 Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee 29 May 2018

LPLC advises that there has been a dramatic increase in the theft of money from law firms and clients by cyber-criminals masquerading as either the client or the lawyer and sending fake emails...

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Think laterally to stay sustainable
Think laterally to stay sustainable

 Karin Derkley 16 May 2018

Any conversation about sustainability in the legal profession has to take into account the "missing middle" currently not receiving any legal advice, Legal Services Commissioner Fiona McLeay said....

 

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