Terms of Services

TERMS OF SERVICES

Effective 1st June 2019

  1. OVERVIEW

Welcome to CYBERGIG. CYBERGIG provides a platform where businesses can find and connect with business professionals for
their services. These terms and conditions (“Terms”) govern the relationship between CYBERGIG PTY LTD ( ABN 67248514778 ) and its related bodies corporate (“CYBERGIG”, “us” or “we”), the person or the entity registered with CYBERGIG to
provide services (“Expert”) and businesses seeking an Expert to provide services to them (“Client”).

CYBERGIG facilitates the interaction between Experts and Clients and may provide other ancillary services including
payment and collection processing (“CYBERGIG Services”). These Terms apply to Experts’ and Clients’ use of the
CYBERGIG platform and associated websites (“Site”), including the CYBERGIG Services and Projects.

A “Project” in these Terms means a project, assignment, job, task, work, deliverable, or requirement for services emailed, posted
or uploaded to the Site by a Client and undertaken or provided by an Expert.

1.1 For the purposes of these Terms, “you” means (as applicable):

the person or the entity registered with CYBERGIG as either a Client or an Expert; and

the individual, natural person accessing or using the Site including but not limited to a Client or an Expert.

If you are registering with CYBERGIG or accepting a Project on behalf of your employer or business organisation, ‘You’
in your individual capacity will be taken to have been duly authorised to act on your employer’s behalf and these Terms
will be binding on you / your employer.

1.2 Please read all of these Terms carefully before using the Site or CYBERGIG Services. You understand that by: 

i) As the “Expert” – by registering your resume with CyberGig; accepting introductions to a CyberGig client; engaging in project work facilitated by CyberGig; by checking the Terms box on the website; clicking the “Submit” button or by continuing to engage, email & use the site or Cybergig Services, you are agreeing to be bound by these Terms, including confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-compete & any changes to the terms that may have been made since your prior use of the site.

 Or

ii) As the “Client” – by registering your business requirements with CyberGig; accepting introductions to a CyberGig expert; engaging in project work facilitated by CyberGig; by checking the Terms box on the website; clicking the “Submit” button or by continuing to engage, email & use the site or Cybergig Services, you are agreeing to be bound by these Terms, including confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-compete & any changes to the terms that may have been made since your prior use of the site.

1.3 We may from time to time, amend, update or change the Site including these Terms, without prior notice to you. Consequently, you should regularly check these Terms for changes. These are the current Terms and replace any other terms and conditions of use previously published for the Site.

  1. YOUR ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS REGARDING CYBERGIG SERVICES

2.1 For Experts

CYBERGIG provides professionals and freelance service providers with the opportunity to be registered on its Site as an
Expert. The Expert can, amongst other things, upload their profile, promote the Expert’s experience and background, be
listed and appear on the Site, be reviewed or rated, and be considered for Projects. Experts may be contacted from time
to time by CYBERGIG for these and related purposes.

The Expert is liable for, and indemnifies Cybergig from and against, all loss or damage (including legal costs) incurred or suffered by Cybergig however caused in connection with:
(a) any breach of this Agreement by the Consultant;
(b) any claim or allegation that the the provision of the Services infringes the Intellectual Property Rights or other rights of any third party;
(c) personal injury or death of any person (including the Expert or any employee of the Expert) at premises owned or occupied by Client or in connection with the provision of the Services;
(d) any negligent act or omission of the Expert, its officers, employees or agents.

2.2 For Clients

A company, business or a customer can be registered as a Client on the Site in order to view the Site, review and access
Expert profiles made available on the Site, seek out Experts, or otherwise receive a connection to, or introduction to
Experts, for the purposes of engaging an Expert for a Project.

2.3 The CYBERGIG Services

CYBERGIG is an online platform where Clients are able to access, review, and receive an introduction, connection or
referral to Experts who have registered with the Site.

Clients and Experts acknowledge that CYBERGIG is not a party to and will not have any liability with respect to the
Projects or service arrangements as between Client and Experts.

Any terms agreed between the Client and Expert in relation to a Project will be binding on the Client and the Expert
and, to the extent that those terms conflict with these Terms, those terms will take priority as between the Client and
the Expert (but shall not bind CYBERGIG in any way). Any terms which attempt to alter or modify these Terms as they
apply to CYBERGIG must be agreed by CYBERGIG in writing.

CYBERGIG relies on the information that Experts and Clients provide for the Expert profiles and Project Briefs on the
Site. CYBERGIG makes no representations as to the reliability, capability, or qualifications of any Experts or the
quality, security or legality of any services provided by such Experts, and CYBERGIG disclaims any and all liability
relating thereto. CYBERGIG does not direct, has no control over, makes no representations, and does not guarantee the
quality, safety or legality of services advertised, the truth or accuracy of listings, the qualifications, background,
or identities of Experts, the ability of Experts to deliver services, or that an Expert can or will actually complete a
project.

Without limiting the foregoing, to the extent permitted by law, CYBERGIG makes no warranties, express or implied
regarding or relating to the Experts or the Projects.

  1. REGISTERED INFORMATION

When you sign up, you may be requested to provide your name, email address, work/position title, phone number and
information about your company and such other information to enable your registration as either a Client or Expert.

Experts will be requested to provide further information in relation to your qualifications and professional experience
(your “Credentials”). In doing so, you agree that you:

are not impersonating any person or entity;

are not violating any applicable law regarding use of personal or identification information;

are authorised to create an account in the name of the company or organisation or otherwise hold yourself out as having
an association with that company or organisation; and

will provide, on demand from CYBERGIG, verification of your Credentials in such form as required by CYBERGIG.

For Experts, we may, from time to time, use any of your Credentials to make our own enquiries (either by CYBERGIG or by
a third party engaged by us) as to the completeness, accuracy or truthfulness of your Credentials. If we request
evidence and you fail to provide it within the time requested, we may suspend or cancel your account (without prejudice
to any other remedies we may have). Should we suspect or identify an individual to be inappropriately or unlawfully
using any person or company’s identity or the Site in a way that is unlawful or inappropriate, we may without notice to
you, disclose that information to any relevant persons or authorities.

  1. EXPERT PROVISIONS

4.1 Joining as an Expert

Experts will have joined upon verifying your account, completing the platform registration and agreeing to these Terms.

You can participate in the CYBERGIG Services only if you are not restricted from doing so by contractual, fiduciary or
other obligations. By joining CYBERGIG, you are representing that you are not restricted from doing so and that you
have obtained all necessary approvals.

4.2 Acceptance and Scope of Projects

Clients can post Project Briefs on the CYBERGIG platform or otherwise be introduced to Experts through CYBERGIG and/or
the CYBERGIG platform for Projects.

Experts are free to accept or decline any Projects, provided however, that you may accept only those Projects:

for which you have the requisite knowledge/expertise to deliver and complete the Project;

that do not present a conflict of interest or breach any express or implied terms of any contract or of any other
obligation legally binding upon you; and

that relate to matters that you are permitted to discuss under applicable law and any obligations you may owe to another
party (including contractual, employment, or otherwise).

You are expected to accept or decline a Project within two (2) business days and to adhere to any schedule or program
you establish with the Client regarding the delivery of the Project.

CYBERGIG makes no representation regarding the frequency, quantity, or type of invitations to Projects you will receive
or in which you will be chosen to participate.

4.3 Expert Conduct

Experts must act with the utmost professionalism and courtesy in any dealings with Clients and with CYBERGIG. In
performing any Project for a Client, the Expert must:

use a high standard of care and skill to be expected of a consultant who regularly acts on projects or engagements like,
and at least as sophisticated as, the Project;

make all necessary enquiries of the Client to ascertain the Client’s requirements and objectives, including the Client’s
requirements in relation to the Expert’s intellectual property;

immediately inform the Client of any matter which may cause any budget or estimate of Fees to be revised;

comply with any Client policy, direction, instruction, brief, program, or schedule;

comply with all applicable laws; and

subject to clause 13, obtain any required insurances which may include professional indemnity, public liability and/or
workers’ compensation insurance and provide evidence of such insurance upon request.

4.4 Marketing and Disclosure

Unless permitted in writing by the Client or required by law, you will not refer to the Client or its business
(including the Client’s customers or the Client’s customers’ business) in any of your marketing materials, website,
social media or other publications outside the CYBERGIG platform.

4.5 False and misleading information

You agree that you will not provide any false or misleading information or information which may mislead or deceive
CYBERGIG, Clients, or any other party in respect of any Project.

You further agree not to provide any financial or investment advice to any Client, including, without limitation, any
ratings or securities recommendations, unless you hold all necessary qualifications and licences and you have agreed in
writing with the Client.

4.6 Warranties

You warrant and represent that:

the information you provide is and shall remain complete, accurate, true and correct and that you will update
information held by CYBERGIG as soon as possible after any changes and in any case prior to a Project;

you have never been: (i) convicted of an indictable offense; or (ii) the subject of an investigation by a securities
regulator or other regulatory authority (state, federal or foreign); or (iii) a defendant in any proceeding where fraud
or violation of laws or regulations including the taking of a false oath, the making of a false report, perjury or
bribery or conspiracy to commit any such offense is alleged;

if you hold a professional licence, you have not been subject to any disciplinary actions with respect to that licence
by any state, federal, foreign, or professional body in the past 5 years;

all work, documents and other deliverables produced by you in relation to a Project are reasonably suitable in all
respects for the Client’s purposes.

4.7 Independent Contractor

Any work performed on a Project facilitated through CYBERGIG shall be performed as an independent contractor of the
Client, and you are not and shall not be deemed to be an employee or agent of CYBERGIG or of any Client. You shall not
be entitled to any benefits provided by CYBERGIG to its employees, and CYBERGIG will not make deductions from any of
the payments due to you for income tax, insurance or similar purposes except if required by law or as specified under
clause 13..

Unless otherwise agreed with the Client, you shall provide, at your expense, all tools and equipment necessary to
perform work on a Project and you will ensure they are suitable for the services you are supplying and are maintained in
good and safe working condition.

4.8 Third Party Payroll Providers

You may be required to sign up with a third party payroll provider (“TPPP”) in order to work with particular Clients.
You acknowledge and agree that the TPPP is not a related body corporate, associate or agent of CYBERGIG and CYBERGIG
is not a party to any terms you sign with the TPPP. Where you sign up with a TPPP, all payments under clause 7 below
will be made to you by the TPPP after deducting superannuation (paid to your nominated fund), taxes and other amounts as
required by law.

  1. CLIENT PROVISIONS

5.1 Joining as a Client

You may join as a Client by completing all required documentation and training, including without limitation that which
relates to our compliance framework and procedures.

5.2 Set-up and Scope of Projects

Clients are free to search, screen, and request Projects with Experts, via the Site or with the support of our team,
consistent with the CYBERGIG Services you have agreed with CYBERGIG.

Experts are free to accept or decline Projects at their discretion (subject to the Expert Provisions in section 4
above).

You understand that an Expert’s capacity to supply their services may be limited by other Projects or obligations they
may have to entities or institutions with which they are affiliated or employed. To the extent you know about any such
limitations or obligations, you agree to respect them in your interactions with Experts.

5.3 Client Conduct

Clients must act with the utmost professionalism and courtesy in any dealings with Experts and with CYBERGIG. In using
the CYBERGIG Services, Clients must:

use clear, complete and accurate information to describe the Project;

make all necessary enquiries and satisfy yourself as to whether the Expert meets your requirements and objectives,
including your requirements in relation to ownership of intellectual property; and

ensure the Expert has in place its own appropriate insurance policies, including professional indemnity, public
liability and/or workers’ compensation, in respect of any Project.

5.4 Conflicts

Clients confirm that you shall not knowingly or recklessly use the CYBERGIG Services to access Experts who are employed
by a company reasonably considered a direct competitor of yours or a direct competitor of your clients, or, if
applicable, one of your business units, actively managed portfolio companies, affiliates or subsidiaries or the client
you are acting on behalf of. You will neither request nor have any discussion with any such Expert.

5.5 Other Limitations on Use

Clients agree to not ask Experts for advice or recommendations on financial matters, stocks, other investments, any
ratings or securities, legal, medical, accounting or financial planning without first ensuring the Expert holds all
necessary qualifications and licences and you have the appropriate terms of engagement in place.

You may use and apply in your business the opinions and insights you obtain during Projects, but you may not identify or
quote Experts or attribute insights or opinions to Experts or CYBERGIG without the prior written consent of the Expert
or CYBERGIG (as applicable).

You may use the CYBERGIG Services only in strict accordance with these Terms, and you agree that you will not use
CYBERGIG Services to compete directly or indirectly with CYBERGIG or any of the CYBERGIG Services.

5.6 Use of Materials

Subject to section 9 below and any agreement between the Expert and the Client, Clients agree that any written materials
provided to you in connection with a Project or the CYBERGIG Services are for your own use and you may not
redistribute, disseminate, publish, or display such material, in whole or in part, to any third parties without the
prior written permission of the Expert (where applicable) and CYBERGIG, except to your regulators and professional
advisors on an as needed basis.

  1. CONFIDENTIALITY

The confidentiality undertakings in this clause apply to Experts and Clients in respect of Confidential Information
obtained by them (the “Recipient”) from another party, which may be the Client, Expert, CYBERGIG or any third-party
(the “Discloser”).

A Recipient must not use, disclose, solicit, make available or misappropriate, directly or indirectly, any Confidential
Information, trade secrets, or other proprietary information of a Discloser without that Discloser’s prior written
permission except as may be required by applicable law or legal process.

Where the Recipient is legally required to disclose the Confidential Information, the Recipient shall inform the
Discloser of the requirement as soon as reasonably practicable and liaise with that party prior to disclosing any of
that party’s Confidential Information.

In this clause, “Confidential Information” includes any documents or information created, received or obtained (as
applicable):

by CYBERGIG from or on behalf of a Client or any other party in respect of any Project;

by the Expert from or on behalf of a Client, CYBERGIG or any other party in respect of any Project;

by the Client from or on behalf of the Expert, CYBERGIG or any other party in respect of any Project; and

all non-public information pertaining to the Client’s or CYBERGIG’s business (including, without limitation, past,
present or future structure, business activities, strategies, and assets; products and their methods of production and
distribution; financial affairs; network, communications, and technology; clients, customers, suppliers, distributors
and their financial affairs, and any content marked confidential or that is by its nature confidential),

but excludes any information that a Recipient can show:

is already in the public domain (through no breach of these Terms or other obligation of confidentiality);

was known to the Recipient prior to its disclosure by the Discloser;

was independently developed by the Recipient without breach of any obligation owed to the Discloser; or

is received from a third party without breach of any obligation owed to the Discloser.

The Recipient must notify the Discloser immediately upon becoming aware of a suspected or actual breach of this
obligation.

  1. Pricing, Fees & Payments Procedures

Our Pricing & Payments Procedures may be updated from time to time. We will notify you of any material changes by posting the new Pricing & Payments Procedures on the Site. You are advised to consult this document regularly for any changes.

It is free to join CyberGig as a Client or an Expert and there are no charges to post projects or to submit expressions of interest to work on projects.

The cost to deliver projects depends on the time and complexity of work, the client’s budget and Experts’ market rates. Clients can indicate a budget in their project briefs. It is usual practice for Experts and Clients to then discuss pricing alongside the scoping of the project and agreeing upon deliverables. The CyberGig team can provide guidance to Clients upfront regarding the usual price range for different project types.

CyberGig charges a base rate of 20% on top of an Expert’s rates (and a higher % rate if our standard website terms are not accepted by you on an “as is” basis or additional services are agreed). Amounts invoiced for expense reimbursements are not subject to the CyberGig charges.

7.1 Fees

If You are  a Client and you have accepted Your Quote, You agree that You will also pay the CYBERGIG Service Fees as set out in the Service Fee Schedule in addition to the Agreed Price, exclusive of GST.

Each Client and Expert is free to negotiate and agree the hourly, daily or other rates in respect of a Project (“Expert
Fees”). In determining and agreeing the Expert Fees, the Expert should take into account any amounts to be deducted from
the fees prior to payment to the Expert under these Terms and/or as agreed with CYBERGIG or a TPPP (where applicable).

Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the Client and Expert, Experts will only be paid for the time spent working
for Clients on Projects at the agreed rate and will not be paid for wait time or time set aside if a Project with a
Client does not occur.

The Client and Expert must notify CYBERGIG of the key terms (such as Project commencement, Project end date, conclusion
of Project and fees payable to the Expert) prior to commencement (or immediately following commencement) of the Project.
Unless otherwise agreed between Client and Expert, Expert Fees are exclusive of GST.

CYBERGIG will receive a fee in respect of the CYBERGIG Services (“Service Fee”) as agreed in writing between the
Client and CYBERGIG in accordance with the CYBERGIG Pricing & Payments Procedures Procedures. CYBERGIG will be
entitled to receive the Service Fee in respect of any Projects undertaken by an Expert introduced by CYBERGIG,
regardless of whether the Client and Expert had a previous relationship.

7.2 Invoicing & Payments Process

Pricing and payments timeframes/milestones are agreed and formalised in a contract on the CYBERGIG platform before work begins. The Client and Expert will agree whether payments will be made on a variable basis (monthly, weekly, daily or hourly) or on a fixed basis (based on deliverables and payments linked to milestones). Please note, projects less than $5,000 value (excluding commission) must be paid upfront. Payments will be held in escrow and only released to the relevant Expert upon confirmation from the Client that the Services have been satisfactorily delivered to the Client.

Experts will submit a payment claim upon agreed milestones and/or at the completion of deliverables as agreed with the Client in the Project Contract on the CYBERGIG platform.

Projects less than $5,000 value must be paid upfront. Payments will be held in escrow and only released to the relevant Expert upon confirmation from the Client that the Services have been satisfactorily delivered to the Client.

The invoicing method depends on the basis on which the Client has engaged with CYBERGIG. The standard invoicing method
in clauses 7.2.1 and 7.2.2 below applies unless CYBERGIG agrees in writing that clause 7.2.3 applies.

7.2.1 Standard invoicing for Clients

For all Projects:

The Expert must submit a payment claim via the CYBERGIG Site in accordance with CYBERGIG’s Pricing and Payments
Procedures, or at such other times as agreed with the Client and notified to CYBERGIG.

Payment claims submitted more than 90 days after completion of the relevant services, without CYBERGIG’s consent, may
not be accepted for payment.

CYBERGIG will submit the Expert’s payment claim to the Client (in the form of a tax invoice) for approval within two
(2) business days of the Expert submitting a valid payment claim in accordance with the Pricing and Payment Procedures
and subject to any other reasonable requirements of the Client (timesheets, expense receipts, PO number etc.).

The tax invoice will include the Service Fee and the applicable Expert Fees (including any GST payable).

Unless otherwise agreed by CYBERGIG in writing, if the Client does not either approve or dispute the tax invoice within
five (5) business days from the date of its receipt by the Client, it will be deemed to have been approved by the
Client.

Invoicing and payments by CYBERGIG will (where possible) be on the basis of CYBERGIG acting as the intermediary that
facilitated the supply and acquisition between the Client and the Expert in accordance Subdivision 153-B of the A New
Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999. The Expert will not invoice the Client directly.

7.2.2 Invoice disputes and payments

If the Client disputes the tax invoice, the Expert must liaise with the Client and based on such liaison, may provide an
amended payment claim which will be submitted by CYBERGIG to the Client for approval.

Within one (1) business day of:

approval (or deemed approval) of the tax invoice by the Client; or

receipt of an amended payment claim under paragraph (a) above,

the Client will pay the payment claim, unless otherwise expressly agreed by CYBERGIG in writing.

The Client acknowledges and agrees that the timing for payments provided in this section 7.2 is critical to ensure the
timely and smooth provision of services and is therefore a material term. Without limitation, where undisputed or
approved tax invoices issued by CYBERGIG are not paid in accordance with these Terms, CYBERGIG may charge late payment
fees of 0.35% of any outstanding amount for each week it remains unpaid.

Within 5 business days of the date that CYBERGIG has received cleared funds from the Client, CYBERGIG (or the TPPP,
where applicable) will pay the Expert the amount of the approved (or amended) payment claim after deduction of the
Service Fee, GST and other amounts CYBERGIG (and the TPPP, where applicable) is entitled to deduct under this Agreement
or applicable law.

7.2.3 Invoicing for Direct Pay Clients

Where agreed in writing by CYBERGIG, a Client may manage payments for Projects directly with Experts (“Direct Pay
Clients”). For all Projects for Direct Pay Clients, the Client and Expert must immediately provide all information
required by CYBERGIG to calculate the Service Fee. Failure to do so is a material breach of these Terms. Following
receipt of all required information, CYBERGIG will issue a tax invoice to the Client for the Service Fee. The Expert is
responsible for:

agreeing payment terms with the Client;

issuing a tax invoice(s) in respect of the Expert Fees directly to the Client at the frequency and time agreed between
the Expert and the Client; and

following up directly with Clients for any overdue payments.

For these Projects, Experts will not receive any payment from CYBERGIG, nor will CYBERGIG be responsible for or
involved in assisting Experts to recover outstanding Expert Fees.

Experts and Direct Pay Clients agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CYBERGIG and its affiliates, successors and
assigns (and its and their officers, directors, employees and agents) from and against any and all claims, damages,
liabilities, losses, settlements, costs and expenses (including without limitation legal fees and court costs) which
arise out of or in relation to payment of Expert Fees by Direct Pay Clients.

7.3 Taxes and Duties

If required by any applicable tax law, and/or if applicable to a Project, CYBERGIG (or the TPPP, where applicable)
shall withhold and remit the amount of any tax from payments owed to the Expert. Upon payment of any such amount to the
appropriate government entity or agency CYBERGIG shall have no obligation to pay such amount to the Expert.

The Client and the Expert will be responsible for determining whether they are required by applicable law to remit any
taxes to the appropriate authorities, and if so, to pay (or cause to be paid) when due all taxes for which the Client
and the Expert are respectively liable in relation to the performance of the Project.

Clients and Experts agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, CYBERGIG, its related entities, affiliates,
successors and assigns (and its and their officers, employees and agents) from and against any and all claims, damages,
liabilities, losses, settlements, costs, taxes, levies, charges, penalties and expenses which arise out of payments made
to Experts by Clients including, but not limited to, any payroll tax, superannuation, GST or PAYG obligations.

7.4 Users agree to pay any third-party fees arising out of any transaction on the Platform, which may include fees charged by CYBERGIG’s payment gateway partners and Your financial institution.

7.5 All fees and charges payable to CYBERGIG’s are non-cancellable and non-refundable, subject to Your rights under any Non-excludable Terms.

  1. TERMINATION

8.1 Termination of Terms

CYBERGIG or the Expert or Client (as applicable) may terminate these Terms at any time, for any reason, effective upon
written notice to the other party (or by CYBERGIG terminating or suspending your account), provided always, that any
such termination for convenience will not affect the validity of any contracts for Projects that have been executed
prior to termination and these Terms will continue to apply with respect to such Projects.

8.2 Termination of registration

CYBERGIG reserves the right to suspend your profile or cancel your registration as an Expert or Client (as applicable),
at any time, on CYBERGIG forming the view in its absolute discretion that CYBERGIG’s brand, operations (including the
Site, any blogs or membership) or business (including its Client’s, partner’s or affiliate’s business) may be adversely
affected or harmed as a result of your continued registration as an Expert or Client. Upon termination you must cease
using the Site and CYBERGIG Services.

8.3 Termination of Projects

A Client may notify the Expert at any stage prior to the appointment of the Expert for a Project that it no longer
requires the Expert for the Project, and such notice will have immediate effect. In these circumstances the Expert is
not entitled to any payment in connection with the Project.

A Client may suspend or terminate a Project provided that the Client gives the Expert and CYBERGIG the following notice
of termination of Project:

for Projects of less than four weeks, 1 day’s notice in writing; or

for Projects of four weeks or more or where the Project involves the Expert working on a regular or systematic basis, 1
week’s notice in writing.

In each case the Client may elect to make a payment in lieu of notice. Termination will not relieve Client of the
requirement to pay for time spent and expenses incurred prior to the effective date of the termination.

8.4 Survival

Clauses 1, 2.3, 6, 7, 8.4, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 survive termination of these Terms.

  1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Some of the Projects will allow or require the Expert to provide deliverables or content to the Client (“Expert
Content”). Unless otherwise agreed between the Expert and the Client, the Expert retains ownership of all intellectual
property rights in the Expert Content.

In the absence of any specific agreement between the Expert and the Client, the Expert grants to the Client a worldwide,
non-exclusive, royalty free, perpetual and irrevocable licence to use, develop and modify the intellectual property
rights in the Expert Content to the extent required by the Client to receive the full benefit of the Project.

CYBERGIG is not responsible for any Expert or Client’s use or misappropriation of any intellectual property rights
during or following the course of the services. Any agreements or disputes regarding intellectual property rights in
Expert Content shall be between the Expert and the Client.

  1. INTRODUCTIONS

10.1 Non-solicitation

Where a Client and Expert have been introduced through CYBERGIG, you must not:

enter into any form of contract of employment (in which the Expert becomes an employee of the Client), contract for
services, independent contractor agreement or any other contract or arrangement by which the Expert is to provide
services to the Client (whether individually or through a third party intermediary); or

approach, solicit, entice, offer to perform services (or in case of the Client, receive services), or otherwise engage
or be engaged for reward (directly or indirectly), with any Client or Expert,

in any way other than through the CYBERGIG Services without the Client paying CYBERGIG an Introduction Fee.

These obligations apply for so long as the Expert or Client is registered with CYBERGIG, and for 12 months from the
later of:

the time a Client first identifies an Expert through the CYBERGIG Services; or

the time an Expert completes its last Project with a Client,

(the “Non-solicitation Period”) regardless of any relationship or previous dealings between the parties. This means that
during the Non-Solicitation Period, you must use the CYBERGIG Services as your exclusive method to engage with each
other unless CYBERGIG agrees (in writing) to the payment of an Introduction Fee.

THE CLIENT AND EXPERT MUST IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY CYBERGIG IN WRITING OF ANY APPROACH, ENGAGEMENT OR CONTRACT CONTEMPLATED
BY THIS CLAUSE. FAILURE TO DO SO IS A MATERIAL BREACH OF THESE TERMS.

10.2 Introduction Fee

For contract work, per specialist, we charge you (i.e. the Client) a service fee of 20% of the agreed specialist’s daily rate for the duration of the assignment or the fixed price deliverable. If in a particular circumstance where CYBERGIG determines a different service fee to the stated 20% is to be applied, it will be agreed with you before the assignment commences. If you post an assignment, or are otherwise introduced to the freelancing professional through CYBERGIG and decide to engage, the service fee will apply. For permanent roles, we charge you (i.e. the Client) a placement fee of 22% of the annual base salary for salaries up to $150,000 per annum, excluding superannuation and benefits. A placement fee of 20% will be charged where the annual base salary is more than $150,000 per annum, excluding superannuation and benefits.

10.3 Acceptance

Clients and Experts accept and acknowledge that these obligations are reasonable in every respect. Further, CYBERGIG
need not suffer or prove any demonstrated loss before enforcing the rights under these provisions.

  1. LIABILITY OF CYBERGIG

You are solely responsible for all decisions you make in connection with any services you choose to purchase as a Client
or provide as an Expert. CYBERGIG operating as a introducer between client & expert does not provide advice in relation to the suitability of an Expert, Project or Client, nor do we take into account any Client’s or Expert’s individual circumstances when we provide the CYBERGIG
Services.

To the extent permitted by law, CYBERGIG will not be liable for:

the Project, the scope of the Project or any changes to the Project;

any deliverables, work, opinion or information provided by the Expert;

services not performed in accordance with these Terms;

the accuracy of information or documents, including the Experts’ profiles, background, capabilities or statements
provided to or by the Client;

any claims arising out of or in connection with these Terms, any of the subject-matter of the Expert’s services or the
Project, for breach of law, contract, negligence or any other liability whatsoever;

any other terms of engagement the Client and Expert might reach or agree; or

any breach or alleged breach of another party’s intellectual property rights arising in respect of the services or these
Terms.

any future cyber security data breaches, malicious cyber attacks or threats made against the client that damage the client’s systems, technology, business process or reputation.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, in no circumstances will CYBERGIG be liable for any direct, indirect, special
or consequential losses or damages, loss of income, profits, goodwill, data, contracts, use of money or business
interruption of any type arising in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence) or otherwise arising from
your use of or your inability to use the CYBERGIG Services. To the extent the foregoing limitation of liability is
prohibited, or in the event that CYBERGIG is found to be liable despite the limitation above, our total aggregate
liability is limited to $100.

If any warranties are implied by law that cannot be excluded, then to the maximum extent permitted by law, our liability
for breach of such warranties is limited to, at our option:

in the case of products:

the replacement of the products or the supply of equivalent products; or

the payment of the cost of replacing the products or acquiring equivalent products;

in the case of services:

the supply of the services again; or

the payment of the cost of having the services supplied again.

Important: nothing in these Terms limits in any way CYBERGIG’s liability for any matter for which it would be illegal
for us to exclude, or attempt to exclude, our liability, including under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth),
the statutory consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law, or similar laws in the States and Territories of
Australia.

  1. INDEMNITY

You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, CYBERGIG and its affiliates, successors and assigns (and its and
their officers, directors, employees, sublicensees, and agents) from and against any and all claims, damages,
liabilities, losses, settlements, costs and expenses which arise out of or relate to:

your improper use of the CYBERGIG Services;

your breach of these Terms;

without limiting the foregoing, any dishonest, inaccurate, incomplete, fraudulent, negligent, wrongful, unlawful, or
criminal act or omission by you in connection with your use of the CYBERGIG Services;

the use of any intellectual property created in respect of the CYBERGIG Services; or

any taxes assessed to CYBERGIG (including any payroll tax, but not any income tax) or superannuation contribution
obligations arising from the supply of services by the Expert to the Client or the Fees paid for those supplies.

You also agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless us and our officers, directors, employees, agents, information providers, partners, advertisers, licensors and suppliers from and against all losses, expenses, damages and costs, including reasonable solicitor’s fees, resulting from any violation of this Agreement or any activity related to Your Identity, Your Company & / or Your User Account (including infringement of third parties’ intellectual property rights anywhere in the world or negligent or wrongful conduct) by You or any other person accessing the Platform using Your User Account.

  1. INSURANCE

CYBERGIG may, in its discretion, offer Experts an opportunity to obtain insurance for eligible Projects from a third
party insurer. The eligibility requirements and terms & conditions for such third party insurance will made
available through the Site or on request from CYBERGIG. Coverage under any such insurance policies will at all times be
subject to the third party insurer’s terms & conditions including the wording of such policies.

CYBERGIG does not represent that any insurance it acquires or which is offered via CYBERGIG is adequate or appropriate
for any particular Expert, Client or Project. Each Expert and Client must make its own enquiries about whether any
additional insurance is required.

CYBERGIG reserves the right to change the terms of its insurance policies with the third party insurer at any time. A
summary of the policies are available on the CYBERGIG website and the policy details can be requested from CYBERGIG.
Experts and Clients relying on such insurance are resposible for familiarising themselves with these details.

Experts acknowledge and agree that in the event that a claim is made relating to any services supplied by an Expert and
an excess is payable, CYBERGIG may recover any excess payable in respect of the claim from the Expert. If an Expert
fails to pay any excess due under this clause, CYBERGIG may set this amount off against future moneys payable to the
Expert.

  1. GENERAL

14.1 Assignment and Subcontracting

Neither the Expert nor the Client may subcontract, transfer or assign these Terms (or the benefit of the relationship
with CYBERGIG) without CYBERGIG’s prior written consent. CYBERGIG may at any time novate, assign, transfer, mortgage,
charge or deal in any other way with these Terms (or part thereof) or grant or confer the benefit of any right arising
under these Terms.

14.2 Severability and Waiver

If a particular term of these Terms is not enforceable, it should be modified so as to be enforceable, but regardless
will not affect any other terms. Our failure to act upon a breach of these Terms does not mean we waive any rights that
we may have.

14.3 Dispute Resolution

If a dispute arises out of or relating to these Terms the relevant parties shall attempt to resolve the matter by
mediation before litigation. Unless otherwise agreed between the Expert and Client, if a dispute arises in relation to a
Project, the Expert shall attempt to resolve that dispute with the Client by mediation before litigation. You
acknowledge that CYBERGIG will not and is not obligated to provide any dispute assistance in relation to disputes
arising between Experts and Clients.

You must resolve disputes (including claims for returns or refunds) with other CyberGig PTY Ltd., Users directly. You acknowledge and agree that CyberGig PTY Ltd., may, in its absolute discretion, provide such of Your information as it decides is suitable to other parties involved in the dispute.

CyberGig PTY Ltd., has the right to hold any payment the subject of a dispute, until the dispute has been resolved.

If CyberGig PTY Ltd., provides information of other CyberGig PTY Ltd.,Users to You for the purposes of resolving disputes under this clause, You acknowledge and agree that such information will be used only for the purpose of resolving the dispute (and no other purpose) and that You will indemnify CyberGig PTY Ltd.,against any claims relating to any other use of information not permitted by this Agreement.

Nothing in this paragraph limits the rights of any party to seek or obtain urgent interlocutory or interim relief.

14.4 Amendment

We may modify these Terms from time to time by posting the modification(s) or updating these terms and conditions on our
website: CYBERGIG.com. Unless otherwise specified by us when posted, all modifications will be effective upon posting.
If you do not agree to any modification(s), your only recourse will be to terminate your registration as an Expert or
Client. If you continue to participate as an Expert or Client after any modification becomes effective, then your
participation will constitute acceptance of such modification.

14.5 Governing Law and Jurisdiction

These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of New South Wales, Australia.
The parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of New South Wales.

Website Terms

The terms and conditions set out below (“Site Terms”), when read together with the Terms of Service above, govern your
use of the CYBERGIG.com website (“Site”) & associated business CyberGig Pty Ltd. By, i) registering your ( Expert or Client ) details on the CyberGig website, or ii) registering your ( ‘Expert’ or ‘Client’ ) details directly with CyberGig Pty Ltd. , you ( ‘Expert’ or ‘Client’ ) are accepting and abiding by the full Terms & conditions stated herewith. If you do not
accept the Site Terms, you are not permitted to use the Site or associated business and you must refrain from using it.

The site is owned and operated by CYBERGIG PTY LTD ( ABN 67248514778 ) (“CYBERGIG”, “us” or “we”).

If you have any complaints or questions regarding the Site or the Site Terms then please contact us at
info@CYBERGIG.com.

CYBERGIG reserves the right to make changes to these Site Terms which will be effective once they are published on the
Site. You should revisit this area of the Site regularly to check the terms and conditions.

ADDITIONAL TERMS RELATED TO THE USE OF THE SITE BY YOU ( EITHER EXPERT OR CLIENT )

  1. You must use the Site at all times in accordance with these Site Terms.

Notwithstanding anything else in these Site Terms, we may, in our absolute discretion, refuse you or any other person
access to part or all of the Site at any time and for any reason.

  1. DISCLAIMERS

CYBERGIG is not an agent for an Expert or Client.

You understand and agree that: (i) CYBERGIG will not assume any liability with respect to the interactions between
Clients and Experts, and (ii) the knowledge, opinions or Posted Content of Experts or Clients is not ours, and we do not
endorse them or any other information provided by any user.

This disclaimer of liability applies to any damages or injury caused by any failure of performance, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, computer virus, communication line failure, theft or destruction or un-authorised access to, alteration of, or use of record, whether for breach of contract, tortious behaviour, negligence, or under any other cause of action. user specifically acknowledges that CyberGig Pty Ltd. is not liable for the defamatory, offensive or illegal conduct of other users or third-parties and that the risk of injury from the foregoing rests entirely with user. In no event will CyberGig Pty Ltd. , or any person or entity involved in creating, producing or distributing CyberGig Pty Ltd. or the CyberGig Pty Ltd. software, be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages arising out of the use of or inability to use cybergig.com.au. user hereby acknowledges that the provisions of this section shall apply to all content on the site.

CYBERGIG does not warrant that your use of the Site will be uninterrupted or error free, nor does CYBERGIG warrant
that we will review information for accuracy or that we will preserve or maintain the Client’s or Expert’s information
without loss. To the extent permitted by law, CYBERGIG shall not be liable for delays, interruptions, service failures
or other problems inherent in the use of the internet and electronic communications or other systems outside the
reasonable control of CYBERGIG.

  1. POSTED CONTENT

3.1 No liability

We do not have, and expressly disclaim, any liability to you in connection with any content, information, text,
graphics, images, audio or video, or material created or uploaded to a profile and/or the Site (“Posted Content”). We
cannot guarantee, and make no representations in relation to the completeness or accuracy of any Posted Content.

3.2 Content Standards

For all your Posted Content, you warrant and you must ensure that:

it is not misleading, deceptive or materially inaccurate in any way, including in relation to the availability, nature,
terms or conditions or any other matter relating to the services being offered or sought;

it does not include any defamatory statements or other illegal material;

you own or are licensed to use the intellectual property rights in your Posted Content. This includes copyright in
respect of any text you post, as well as the right to use or display any image or logo;

it is compliant with all applicable laws and licensing requirements;

it does not contain links to any external website, unless we have given our prior written consent.

3.3 Review and Removal of Posted Content

We may remove any Posted Content if we consider, acting reasonably, that you or any other users have breached these Site
Terms or if, in our sole discretion, we believe that maintaining the content presents a risk to CYBERGIG’s reputation
or business and operations (including the Site).

Notwithstanding the foregoing, we do not, nor are we under any obligation or duty to you or anyone else to monitor,
consider, evaluate, assess, review, screen, censor or remove any Posted Content. We do not have (and expressly disclaim)
any liability in connection with:

any monitoring, consideration, evaluation, assessment, review, screening, censoring or removal of Posted Content or any
failure or refusal on our part to do so; or

the deletion, loss, or unauthorised modification of any of your Posted Content.

You are solely responsible for all of your Posted Content and you agree to indemnify us from and against any claims,
costs, damage, loss or liability that arise in connection with your Posted Content.

3.4 Use of Posted Content

You may not copy, reproduce, republish, download, post, broadcast, transmit, make available to the public, or otherwise
use any Posted Content of another user of the Site for any purpose other than for the purpose for which it has been
posted.

We reserve the right to keep the Posted Content on the Site indefinitely unless removed earlier by the relevant user.

  1. PROHIBITED USES

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Site Terms, you must not:

attempt to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the software or code comprising or in any way
making up a part of the Site including any algorithm used by us;

take any action that imposes an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on the Site’s infrastructure, including
spam or other unsolicited mass e-mailing techniques;

use the Site for any objectionable or unlawful purpose, including the posting of any threatening, libellous, defamatory,
obscene, scandalous, inflammatory, pornographic, profane or spam material;

use the Site in any manner that would result in you breaching any applicable legislation or licensing obligations
(including with respect to privacy) or any obligations you may owe to third parties;

mislead or deceive others through any act or omission or make a false representation about your identity, including the
impersonation of a real or fictitious person or using an alternative identity or pseudonym;

post content which contravenes a confidentiality or non disclosure agreement, insider trading laws, or intellectual
property rights which you are not authorised to transfer to another party;

conduct any activity which compromises or breaches another party’s patent rights, trademark, copyright or other
intellectual property rights;

copy, collect or save information about other users including their skills, employment or education history except as
expressly permitted by the Site;

publish advertising material of any kind or market any goods or services directly to other users except as expressly
permitted by the Site;

introduce any virus, worm, Trojan horse, malicious code or other program which may damage computers or other computer
based equipment to the Site or to other users;

stalk or harass anyone;

attempt to disrupt or interfere with the delivery of our service or the services of our partners and clients;

use the details of other users for anything other than the use expressly permitted by those users;

download, access, use, harvest or download in bulk user details other than to fill vacant positions as contemplated by
the Site or as otherwise explicitly permitted by us in writing;

sell, redistribute or use information contained on the Site for a commercial purpose without our prior written consent;

pass on username and/or password information to anyone other than the authorised member/ customer of that account;

remove or alter our copyright notices or other means of identification including any watermarks, as they appear on the
services or Site;

provide to any persons who are not authorised users of the Site, any part of the information included in the services or
content, except as permitted in these Site Terms; or

distribute or publish any part of the information or content included in the Site on any part of the internet or social
media, or other publicly accessible electronic network, or otherwise publish, broadcast or display any such information
in public.

You understand and agree that you are solely responsible for compliance with any and all laws, rules, regulations and
taxation obligations that may apply to your use of the Site or CYBERGIG Services.

  1. SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION

Failure to comply with sections 3 (Posted Content) and/or 4 (Prohibited Uses) in these Site Terms constitutes a material
breach of the Site Terms, and may result in our taking all or any of the following actions:

immediate, temporary or permanent withdrawal of your right to use our Services;

immediate, temporary or permanent removal of any posting or material uploaded by you to our Site;

issuing of a warning to you;

legal action against you including proceedings for reimbursement of all costs (including, but not limited to, reasonable
administrative and legal costs) resulting from the breach;

disclosure of such information to law enforcement authorities as we reasonably feel is necessary.

The responses described in this section are not limited, and we may take any other action we reasonably deem
appropriate.

  1. USERNAME AND PASSWORD

You must keep your username and password (“Login”) secure, and you must not disclose those details to any other person.
You may not transfer your registration to another person. You are solely responsible for the consequences of any use of
your Login by third parties, regardless of whether that use is authorised.

If you believe that your Login is being used by someone else, please contact us immediately at info@CYBERGIG.com.

If you have a company registration, you and your employer will be solely responsible for the security of your password.
In the case of Clients, you warrant that any single user account username/login or password is not shared by multiple
people. Only your employees approved by CYBERGIG who have been issued a Login by us shall be Authorised Users permitted
to access the Site and/or CYBERGIG Services. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, your Authorised Users’ Logins may not
be used by any Client affiliates, portfolio companies, or other individuals or groups within your company or any third
party. CYBERGIG may on 7 days prior written notice, request you certify and provide evidence indicating your compliance
with this requirement.

  1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

7.1 Our IP

We own or are licensed to use all intellectual property in the Site, with the exception of Posted Content, which shall
remain your intellectual property but which you license to us in accordance with the license below. You may not use any
of our intellectual property for any purpose other than as may be required to use the Site for its intended purpose.

7.2 Licence to your Posted Content

In relation to Posted Content and your use of the Site, you grant to us an unconditional, perpetual, world-wide,
irrevocable, fully paid and royalty free licence and right to use, display, copy, modify, adapt, reproduce,
commercialise, prepare derivative works, display and publish all such intellectual property and that content forming all
or part of the Posted Content, for any purpose.

7.3 Restrictions and indemnity

You may not use or display any trade marks on the Site without first obtaining the consent of the owner of the trade
mark. We own the distinctive ‘CYBERGIG’ marks, brand and logo.

Nothing on this Site creates any right on your part (express or implied) that would allow you to use or display a trade
mark that you do not own, regardless of whether the trade mark is currently registered.

You indemnify us, and agree to keep us indemnified, from and against any claims by third parties arising from your
Posted Content, including any breach of intellectual property rights any third party may bring against us, in relation
to your content.

7.4 Consent to use logo

You consent to us displaying the name and/or logo of your relevant company or organisation on the Site in the context of
the CYBERGIG Services. The name of your company may appear in lists on the Site that are visible to other users (for
example in dropdown menus or auto-filling text entry forms). You acknowledge that, if you post content on the Site, the
fact that your company or organisation is using the Site does not constitute confidential information and you consent to
our use of such content in the manner described above.

  1. PRIVACY

Your registration and use of the Site is conditional upon you agreeing and complying with our Privacy Policy. The Site
can only provide the intended services to users by using personal information in the manner contemplated in the Privacy
Policy, and we may collect, use and disclose your personal information for the purposes described in it.

If you do not agree to us collecting, using or disclosing your personal information in the manner contemplated by these
Site Terms and our Privacy Policy, you must not use the Site.

If you intend to post any personal information on the Site that relates to a third party (including their name, email
address or phone number), you must obtain their consent before doing so.

We will solicit your feedback to assist us in making improvements to the functioning of the Site. We may also send you
emails about our services and opportunities or profiles that may be of interest to you. You may elect not to receive
certain types of notifications from us.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to Privacy, please contact us in accordance with the process and
procedure set out in the Privacy Policy.

  1. LINKS TO OTHER SITES

The Site may contain links or portals to other websites. We have no control over websites operated by third parties and
you agree that we are not responsible for, and will have no liability in connection with, your access to or use of any
third party website.

  1. OUR LIABILITY

Except for any express warranties in these Site Terms, all CYBERGIG services are provided “as is”. To the extent
permitted by law, CYBERGIG excludes all warranties, express or implied, including without limitation, warranties of
merchantability, title, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, or as to the availability, accuracy,
completeness, currency or reliability of the information or services, including services of any third party, that are
made available via or referred to on the Site.

To the extent permitted by law, CYBERGIG (and its affiliates, officers, employees, agents, representatives and third
party service providers) excludes all liabilities (including in contract, for negligence, under statute or otherwise)
for any direct loss, indirect or consequential loss, damage, costs or expenses suffered by you or claims made against
you in connection with (however caused):

your use of the Site and/or any content on the Site;

any decision made or action taken by you or anyone else in reliance upon any content contained in or omitted from the
Site;

any errors in or omissions from the Site, including but not limited to technical inaccuracies and typographical errors;

any lack of availability, interruption, delay in operation, virus, internet access difficulties, or equipment
malfunction in relation to the Site; or

any goods or services identified, supplied, offered or advertised on or through the Site.

If any warranties are implied by law that cannot be excluded, then to the maximum extent permitted by law, our liability
for breach of such warranties is limited to, at our option:

in the case of products:

the replacement of the products or the supply of equivalent products; or

the payment of the cost of replacing the products or acquiring equivalent products;

in the case of services:

the supply of the services again; or

the payment of the cost of having the services supplied again.

Important: nothing in these Site Terms limits in any way CYBERGIG’s liability for any matter for which it would be
illegal for us to exclude, or attempt to exclude, our liability, including under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
(Cth), the statutory consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law, or similar laws in the States and
Territories of Australia.

In addition to the terms set forth above neither, CyberGig limited, nor its affiliates, information providers or content partners shall be liable regardless of the cause or duration, for any errors, inaccuracies, omissions, or other defects in, or untimeliness or unauthenticity of, the information contained within www.CyberGig.com.au, or for any delay or interruption in the transmission thereof to the user, or for any claims or losses arising therefrom or occasioned thereby. none of the foregoing parties shall be liable for any third-party claims or losses of any nature, including, but not limited to, lost profits, punitive or consequential damages.

  1. INDEMNITY

To the maximum extent permitted by law, you agree to indemnify and hold CYBERGIG and each of its affiliates, officers,
employees, agents, representatives and third party service providers, harmless from any and all claims and liabilities
resulting from your breach of these Site Terms or relating to your use of the Site or its use by any person on your
behalf. For the purposes of this paragraph Site includes any linked sites. CYBERGIG holds the benefit of this indemnity
and all other rights under this Agreement as trustee for each person named as benefiting from it.

  1. GENERAL

12.1 Assignment and Subcontracting

CYBERGIG may at any time novate, assign, transfer, mortgage, charge or deal in any other way with these Site Terms (or
part thereof) or grant or confer the benefit of any right arising under these Site Terms.

12.2 Severability and Waiver

If a particular term of these Site Terms is not enforceable, it should be modified so as to be enforceable, but
regardless will not affect any other terms. Our failure to act upon a breach of these Site Terms does not mean we waive
any rights that we may have.

12.3 Amendment

We may modify these Site Terms from time to time by posting the modification(s) or updating these terms and conditions
on our website: CYBERGIG.com. Unless otherwise specified by us when posted, all modifications will be effective upon
posting. If you do not agree to any modification(s), your only recourse will be to cease using or accessing the Site. If
you continue to access the Site after any modification becomes effective, then your access will constitute acceptance of
such modification.

12.4 Governing Law and Jurisdiction

These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of New South Wales, Australia.
The parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of New South Wales.: