Digital hub: lively debate and critical perspectives


A space for informed debate, conversation and participation, explore the latest on CEDA’s Digital hub. Home to blogs, social media, podcasts, videos and photos from CEDA events, research and news, the Digital hub provides a resource on important topics which drive the economic, political and social landscape of Australia.

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New data breach legislation: might be time for companies to assess their cyber security risk

.au Domain Director of Technology, Security and Strategy, Rachael Falk discusses what the newly legislated Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016 means for organisations in Australia.

This law will require companies to promptly investigate possible breaches but also disclose to affected customers when their valuable data has been accessed, lost or stolen. Ms Falk says this means it may be the idea time for companies to assess how they are managing their cyber security risks.

Read more | Rachael Falk | March 2017

See the latest photos from CEDA events


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Video: watch the latest videos from CEDA events

Head to the video archive to watch all CEDA videos, filmed at events across the country. 

Watch videos from State of the Nation 2016.



Upcoming live stream:

Energy and security reliability:

release of the AEMO report



Audrey Zibelman, newly appointed




Dr Anthony Marxsen, Chairman,




Steve Masters, Chief Executive


Officer, Electranet


Rob Stobbe, Chief Executive Officer,


SA Power Networks



Watch live
from 12.00pm Adelaide


time on Tuesday 28 March.



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Survey: World Competitiveness Yearbook 2017 - take part today


Participate in the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2017 by accessing the survey here. The survey will close at the end of March.

CEDA coordinates Australia's contribution to the World Competitiveness Yearbook, with CEDA's 700 member organisations contributing to the survey.

Click here to take part in the survey.