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How The Defence Force Was Hacked

Written by Brad Law, Senior Manager, Resilience Services & Country Manager NZ & Ollie Law, Commercial Marketing Manager Just over a year ago, I was sitting down to lunch with a client in Wellington. It was a rare, beautiful day with a nice buzz of students and frantic businessmen walking around us. We were about 300 […]

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RiskLogic launches exciting new website for New Zealand

Written by Brad Law – Senior Consultant and New Zealand Country Manager Over the last month, we’ve been driving our web developer, James Hutcheon mad with requests, content, images that were “too busy, too small, not enough kiwi” and just about everything in between (I thought my job was stressful!). Thanks to him, Ollie – my Commercial Marketing Manager, […]

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FirstAction Welcomes Latest Australian Citizen

On Thursday 24th August, FirstAction and RiskLogic were very happy to be a part of our very own Kumar Sivanesan’s Australian Citizenship ceremony, held in Ryde, Sydney. At FirstAction, we believe our diverse, multicultural and multi-skilled workforce is what contributes to our growing success. Since 2005, our Directors Joshua & Daniel Shields have always believed […]

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SSL Certificates and how they affect you

Written by Ollie Law – Commercial Marketing Manager NZ & Brad Law – Senior Manager, Country Manager NZ. Let’s pretend that you’re the owner of a fast food franchise in Surry Hills, Sydney, or Kensington, London, or Beverly Hills (pick one), and that your clientele sits in the middle-class bracket. They’ve got acquired taste and […]

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BC-3 and Activate shortlisted for the BCI Australasian Awards

RiskLogic are pleased to announce that for the fifth time, BC-3 has been nominated for Continuity and resilience provider (service/product) 2017 for the BCI Australasian Awards to be held on the 31st of August. Following recent successes as being named in the Gartner 2017 list , BC-3 has also been recognised as a leading software by DRI […]

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Is Queensland Ready for the Commonwealth Games?

Written by Ollie Law – Commercial Marketing Manager & Simon Petie – Senior Consultant, Queensland. On November the 11th, 2011, The Gold Coast, Australia, found its fifth bid to host the Commonwealth Games successful. Next year (2018), the Gold Coast is going to have an influx of electric-excitement and spectator-chaos around what we’re now officially […]

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We Are Hiring A Technology Support Manager

Technology Support Manager Are you passionate about innovation and technology? Do you thrive working in a friendly team based working environment? Do you want to work for an organisation that makes a real difference in our communities?  Then look no further; this position may be just for you! This is a fantastic opportunity for a […]

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Risklogic Brisbane Office

RiskLogic Establishes Permanent Presence in Local Brisbane Market

Last week marked one year since RiskLogic moved into their beautiful, central Sydney office, 74 Castlereagh St. Since then, Directors Joshua and Daniel Shields expanded their team in Melbourne, Perth, Wellington (NZ), Christchurch (NZ) and now Brisbane. With a rapidly expanding client base, and an ever-evolving risk landscape, RiskLogic find themselves in high demand for […]

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We are Hiring Manager Melbourne

We’re Recruiting: Manager, Critical Incident Management (Full-time, Melbourne)

Position yourself with a market leader in critical incident / emergency management Manage a diverse range of clients across multiple industries Competitive remuneration, excellent career progression To support our Melbourne practice, we are seeking a motivated and results driven business professional with proven experience in emergency and critical incident management or related disciplines. Our vision is […]

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Technology Has Become a Crucial Part of Today’s Crisis Management

The world is evolving and almost all communication that occurs during tomorrow’s disruptive event is going to be digital.  Despite this, technology does not replace decision making. Instead it enables those in a crisis with major time pressures to operate more effectively and reach better outcomes. The Red Cross, in their World Disasters Report, stated […]

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