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Cyber-Crime Gold Mines in Australian Universities

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We examine why universities and education remains a prime target for cyber criminals and the role of data management in mitigating security risks. How can universities get ahead of the challenges and the steps taken to protect their networks of sensitive data, records, and passwords.

We speak with Lindsay Brown, Vice President of Asia Pacific at LogMeIn. He has more than 20 years of sales and executive management. Prior to joining LogMeIn, Lindsay held various business development positions, specialising in Digital Media and Digital Marketing. He has a Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering and a Master of Business Administration.

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