Lee Bailie

Lee joined InfoTrack in 2017 with a background in the professional services industry and information technology, spanning over 15 years. As the General Manager of Product and Innovation, Lee is responsible for determining customer needs through direct contact with our clients, market research, product consideration, specifications and industry requirements. Lee works closely with InfoTrack’s development team and clients in order to deliver innovative solutions that are aligned to our customer’s needs. He maintains a constant line of communication with InfoTrack’s client base to ensure that his team are developing products that truly improve the productivity and efficiency of the clients they serve.


Why every business has a responsibility to take cybercrime seriously

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is responsible for strengthening Australians cyber resilience and building awareness in both the business and consumer sectors.  This group manages “ReportCyber”, a government initiative which facilitates the reporting of…

The right technology makes it easier to protect a property deal

Email scams cost Australians millions of dollars a year. Recently, Jane Fleming paid an invoice for $51,000, only to find her money had gone into a scammer’s account. Unfortunately, for the property industry, cybercrime is reported…

Maintain vigilance during COVID-19. 2 ways to keep a secure remote work environment.

To say the start of 2020 has been tough for all Australians would certainly be understatement and our thoughts go out to all our clients, users and their customers going through hard times. The current…

What we can learn from mature RegTech markets

Tranche 2 of the AML/CTF Act 2006, will challenge the Australian “she’ll be right” mentality as gatekeepers of all sizes will come under greater scrutiny by the regulator and self-compliance processes will need to meet…

Call on regulator – keep Tranche 2 simple

While Australia rates as a medium to low-risk country in the 2017 Basel AML Index and is ranked number 131 out of 146 countries monitored for money laundering and terrorism financing risk, the introduction of…

The increasing threat of identity crime in the real estate industry

Identity crime is happening in Australia today. In fact, according to the Australian Federal Police, it is one of the most common crimes affecting the Australian community, costing upwards of $1.6 billion annually.Whilst many organisations…

5 steps to building a compliant process

With a lack of clarity around the regulatory requirements of Tranche 2, we are often asked if our clients should familiarise themselves with offerings in the market to assist them in this journey – how…

Crypto-currencies included under new AML/CTF Amendment

On the 7th December 2017, The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Amendment Act 2017 (AML/CTF Amendment Act) was passed by both Houses of Parliament, receiving Royal Assent on 13th December 2017 and a commencement date…

Due diligence compliance in 2018

When going into business with a new partner and/or client, it’s important that you take the necessary steps involved in confirming that you know who your customer is. In today’s global marketplace, we are increasingly…