In Tasmania alone, Tasmania Police reported fraud offences have increased by 26.4% since 2013 with cyber fraud constituting 25.4% of all fraud offences in Tasmania in 2015-2016.
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Investing in early startups poses inherent risks. So as a first time angel investor, what do you need to consider in order to mitigate these?
In our first year as an ‘Innovation Nation’ start-ups are finally getting some of the attention that they deserve from the government, big business and the media.
It is critical for organisations to be aware of how central security is to maintaining consumer trust and loyalty, and including cyber security as an essential part of business planning and risk management.
Businesses have been previously set up on economies of scale but are now moving toward economies of scope. In other words, the focus is shifting to the variety of products offered rather than the output level of one product.
The ‘fintech revolution’ is not only about disrupting traditional financial services. The genesis of Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2015 company Ingogo, for instance, was triggered by a frustration with catching taxis. Addressing the payment aspect of this experience was essential to the solution, but not the focus.
“Disruption is an ‘S’ curve: “it starts out slowly, and then boom – it hits you!”
“Public sector organisations often don’t have sufficient personnel or budget to take on huge digitisation projects.”
“there needs to be a way of fostering social collaboration around the project, so everyone involved in it can easily see issues as they arise and the solutions put forward to address them. This produces real efficiency gains, leading to a speedier project outcome.”
Andre Eikmeier, co-founder of Vinomofo – the 2013 Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winner, talks to Deloitte Private about what makes Vinomofo such a successful and innovative company, and how the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 helped his company rise to the top.