2 August 2022

What’s new: Gadens Breach Manager


Following 12 months of extensive industry experience, client insights, and important research, Gadens and Lawcadia are pleased to announce a significant update to the Gadens Breach Manager.

With expanded core obligations, exemptions and significance tests, the Gadens Breach Manager is now even more robust and visually sign-posted. It also clearly incorporates the four arms of significance: material loss and damages, misleading and deceptive conduct, civil and criminal penalties, and otherwise significance tests. With all the necessary tools and instruments built-in, the updated solution will reduce the complexity and time required to investigate and report potential breaches.

Please join us for an interactive and practical live event at 11:00am on Wednesday, 24 August 2022 to showcase the updated Gadens Breach Manager, including:

  • 700+ provision updates for AFSL & ACL
  • Updated core obligations
  • New exemptions
  • Sign-posted significance tests
  • All built-in, easy to use

Register to attend this event and also to receive a copy of the recording.

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