Business Drone Registration Changes

Business Drone Registration Changes

If you use a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (drone) for your business or is used as part of your job, the latest update from CASA will apply to you.  CASA now requires anyone who intends to fly a drone for business purposes to gain a RPA Operator Accreditation unless...
Smoking On Site Voids Insurance Cover

Smoking On Site Voids Insurance Cover

IAG has won a dispute lodged by a commercial client whose claim for fire damage was denied on the basis the business failed to meet a number of conditions for cover, including ensuring there was no smoking on the premises. The complainant, who took the dispute to the...
How the new Australian Data Breach law will affect you

How the new Australian Data Breach law will affect you

December 2017 saw the Australian Parliament enact the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2017. This instigates the new law which will take effect on 22 February 2018, unless it is proclaimed earlier. Who is affected? The new law will apply to following...
5 ways to protect your business from cybercrime

5 ways to protect your business from cybercrime

You’d have to have been living under a rock with no wifi access for the past few years to not realise that cyber crime is rife in Australia. Despite this, many small businesses believe they are not significant enough to fall victim to cyber criminals. This is a very...
5 reasons why every business needs a insurance broker

5 reasons why every business needs a insurance broker

We know it can be hard to get excited by insurance. For the most part, it’s one of those things that we buy because we have to, not necessarily because we want to. But insurance matters – and having the right insurance in the event of a claim is vital. Anything less...