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Worried about your computer security? Here’s how you can turn it into a competitive advantage

- July 8, 2021 2 MIN READ

Every week, we see another media story about a cyberattack, where unknown computer hackers have broken into the network of a company and corrupted, deleted or stolen computer files. Being hacked is a terrifying thought. Hundreds of thousands of business owners have literally lost their company completely as a result, writes Bronwyn Reid. But it’s… Read more »

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Jumpstart is making cybersecurity simple for small business

- February 15, 2021 2 MIN READ

“There is no panacea to the threat of cybercrime, but you can take a measured approach to reducing your risks,”  says Ben Jones, cofounder of new cybersecurity startup, Jumpstart Security. Jones and cofounder Saaim Khan are on a mission to make cybersecurity simple and easy for small business owners. Launched in Sydney today, (February 15) … Read more »

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7 tips to shop safely during Black Friday and Cyber Monday

- November 27, 2020 3 MIN READ

Many Aussies will be planning to utilise the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales for Christmas gifts this year. In fact, according to the NortonLifeLock Digital Transformation Report, as a result of this year’s lockdown, 57 per cent of Australian respondents are doing more online shopping than before and over 40 per cent of Australian… Read more »

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Technology

How to avoid being catfished by a fake recruiter on LinkedIn

- September 23, 2020 3 MIN READ

Forget being catfished on a dating site, con artists have turned their attention to the professional world, with scammers posing as fake recruiters and job applicants, infiltrating the inboxes of unsuspecting business owners. It’s a case of small business owner beware, writes Arni Hardason, Head of Assurance at Pure Security. Small and medium-sized businesses are… Read more »

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PM’s address a wakeup call to the enormity of Australia’s cyber issues

- June 23, 2020 3 MIN READ

Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered an unprecedented press conference last Friday, warning the government, businesses and services are being attacked by a “sophisticated state-based cyber actor”. According to the PM, the activity is “targeting Australian organisations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organisations, education, health, essential service providers and… Read more »

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PM warns government, businesses and services under cyberattack

- June 19, 2020 3 MIN READ

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the Australian government, businesses and services have come under attack by a sophisticated state-based cyber actor. “This activity is targeting Australian organisations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organisations, education, health, essential service providers and operators of other critical infrastructure,” Morrison said.… Read more »

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5 cybersecurity tips for 2020

- January 14, 2020 6 MIN READ

Cybersecurity, whether you like it or not, is a hot and relevant topic these days, not just for business, but also for home users of technology. So, what do you need to know to keep your and your business’s data safe? The truth is, a lot, writes cybersecurity expert Martin Haak. And herein lies the problem.… Read more »

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Travellers beware: Don’t let that holiday feeling ruin your vacation

- January 6, 2020 3 MIN READ

Aussies love a holiday, but a lax approach to security when using public Wi-Fi could allow cybercriminals to ruin a relaxing time, writes Mark Gorrie Norton Lifelock ANZ security specialist. Nothing ruins a good holiday like having cybercriminals compromise your identity or finances, yet Australians are letting their online security discipline slide when travelling overseas,… Read more »