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Meet One Of Our Speakers (Cyber Breakfast)

As you all know we are having a Cyber Breakfast on 13th of October with three of the most influential speakers in cyber security space. Here is the background on one of our speakers: To reserve your seat: Register on Eventbrite here Send us an email at info@cspro.com.au Visit our facebook page here Timing: 8:00 am – 10:00 am AEDT Location: The […]

Event: Join Us For a Cyber Breakfast

    Many small business don’t realize that they could be an attractive target for hackers but the good news is that you can take simple steps to protect your business and customers. Join us for a cyber breakfast on 13th of October 2017 and learn how to keep your information assets safe. It also […]

Beware of Targeted E-Toll and AusPost Malware Emails

These scam emails use the same ‘View in OneDrive’ hook to entice email users to download malware onto their computer: Don’t click on the ‘View in OneDrive’ link—it will take you to a web page where you will be advised to download a file that may install malware onto your computer. (At the time of […]

Multifaceted Email Ransomware Campaign Currently Underway

What is ransomware? Ransomware is a type of malicious software (malware) that makes your computer or its files unusable unless you pay a fee. Recent Campaigns The first method uses a fake email that claims to be from eBay, with a common subject line ‘Your invoice for eBay purchases (098871971234567#)’. The ‘click’ link leads to […]

12.5 Million Australian Email Accounts Leaked Online

More than 700 million email addresses and a number of passwords have been published online, and include those of 12.5 million Australians. This is to be known as one of the largest data breaches ever. The personal data has been dumped on a server called Onliner Spambot, which since 2016 has been used to spread […]

New Guidelines For Creating Strong Passwords

We live in a technology focused world, where between four and twenty characters are the distinction makers in whether you’re able to access your data, communicate with friends, or make your online purchases. These distinction makers are commonly known as passwords and the issue is that they should not be similar wherever you use them, and […]

Spam Scare Campaign Targeting Email Addresses

Email spam and phishing is evaluated to cost industry more than $1 billion every year, and cybercriminals are ending up being more advanced in the campaigns they execute to extract classified information or passwords from unsuspecting Internet users. A spam scare campaign is focusing email addresses, in which the attacker claims to have embedded a […]

Stay Smart Online Week

We are delighted to announce the theme for this year’s Stay Smart Online Week, which will run from 9-13 October 2017. This year, Stay Smart Online will support the theme of “Simple steps to online safety” to coincide with the United States’ Cyber Security Awareness Month. This theme emphasizes the message that all members of […]

Increase in online credit card fraud

According to the new finding by The Australian Payments Network in its annual fraud data report, online credit card fraud increased significantly in 2016 with criminals netting $417.6 million, up from $363 million in 2015. Other key findings included the overall amount of fraud on Australian cards cost $534 million, up from $461 million last […]

email scam alert Malicious emails impersonate Origin Energy

Some media outlets have informed that a new scam email campaign impersonating Origin Energy has been targeting Australians this week. What to do now If you think you are receiving these kind of emails do not click on it and do not open it. If you have any concern in relation to this article or […]