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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced this morning that from 5 pm today, Monday 29 March 2021, Greater Brisbane will lockdown for three days.
Vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Exchange Server software require urgent action from law firms that are using it. Even if your firm has “patched” the vulnerability, there is further action required to ensure that your network is secure. These steps should not involve significant cost or disruption. For further information please read on.
Queensland Law Society has applauded the state government’s two new magistrate appointees, and commended the government on its decision.
Last Friday QLS issued an urgent warning to all law firms which have an email server running Microsoft Exchange software. The issue is a new form of attack which allows criminals to access the server and data on the network. For further information please read on.
Does your firm have an email server? If so, see below for urgent security guidance from Microsoft and the Australian Cyber Security Centre. For further information please read on.
The IT systems at the Brisbane Supreme and District Courts are currently down.
There’s nothing like a crisis to focus attention on what really matters.
Following a confirmed case of the highly infectious UK coronavirus strain, Greater Brisbane will be entering a three-day lockdown from 6pm Friday 8 January 2021 after a hotel quarantine worker tested positive.
Queensland Law Society welcomes its 2021 President, Elizabeth Shearer, who takes over the reins from 2020 President Luke Murphy.