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Beware of fake Medicare email

What’s happened? Scammers have set up a clone of the myGov website to trick you into sharing your login and bank account details. The scam starts with a phishing email that looks like it is from Medicare, askin...


Ticketmaster Data Breach

What’s happened? On Saturday, June 23, 2018, Ticketmaster UK identified malicious software on their network. Early reports indicate a compromise of sensitive personal information within Ticketmaster&#8217...

Cyber Security Information Technology

Online recruitment security incident impacts multiple organisations

Whats happen? PageUp, an HR company that provides an online platform for staff recruitment for many Australian organizations including businesses and government agencies, has reported a security incident on its...

Cyber Security Information Technology

ACCC releases 2017 Targeting Scams report

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released its annual Targeting Scams report, as part of Scams Awareness Week. The Scams report reveals that in 2017 Australians lost $340 million to ...

Information Technology

9 tips to safeguard your family’s smartphones

Smartphones have revolutionised parenting. Now we can text our kids to check if they’re home from school, finished the movie, or ask them to hang out the washing! Cybercriminals can also love them just as...


Change your Twitter password

What’s happened? As a precaution, Twitter is urging more than 330 million users to change their password after a glitch left log-in details exposed in the company’s internal computer system. When yo...


firewall installation services & Myths

Just like urban myths, cyber myths exist that sound so real they could also be true. Believing these myths may expose you to cybercriminals. Myth #1: Anti-virus software and firewalls are 100% effective. ...

Making cyber security a priority for your small business
Cyber Security

Making cyber security a priority for your small business

Numerous small businesses feel helpless in the face of cyber security threats or don’t consider that they are at risk at all. Making cyber security a priority for your business is important to protect your live...

Information Technology

Government reminds Australian businesses to be vigilant online

The Australian Government has issued a media release identifying Russia as responsible for targeting commercially available routers around the world in 2017. While Australian organizations were affected by this...