Tag: outsourcing

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Watching Me, Watching You: Chinese Surveillance Cameras Banned in South Australia amidst Security Concerns
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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) paper

Watching Me, Watching You: Chinese Surveillance Cameras Banned in South Australia amidst Security Concerns

By Cameron Abbott and Max Evans

Following Australia’s latest round of expanded 5G restrictions, the South Australian Government has made a decision to remove all close circuit surveillance cameras made by a Chinese surveillance giant from health department buildings, according to an article by the Sydney Morning Herald.

The article notes that the relevant cameras are made by the partially state-owned Chinese surveillance technology company Hikvision, which was blacklisted in October 2019 by the United States for their alleged role in human rights violations and in purporting to create a surveillance network amongst federal agencies. Issues with Hikvision in South Australia were first identified in the course of a Commonwealth-funded trial in which Hikvision cameras were to be used in the rooms of aged care residents as a means to improve overall safety.

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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) paper

by Jim Bulling and Julia Baldi

APRA has released an information paper on outsourcing involving shared computing services, including cloud. The paper discusses risks for outsourcing shared services and ways in which APRA regulated entities may seek to minimise these risks.

See the information paper here.

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