Month: February 2018

The ramifications of cyber hacks are about to increase dramatically.

As of last week’s, legislation coming into effect on 22 February 2018, data breaches must be reported to both: The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner And people affected. (NDB = Notifiable Data Breach legislation.) A wide range of entities are at risk and the statistics are worth reviewing. For example: In Australia in April…
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Schools have ‘duty of care’ to track students online.

Schools are having a difficult time with managing students in this world of massive technological change. Students pick up things very quickly via their tech savvy cohort. This causes a lot of issues with schools trying to keep up with cyberbullying and many other issues such as depression, sexting, self-harm, suicide and list goes on.…
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Be organised to stop the possibility of losing your money and IP

Don’t think that it is not happening here. Massive number of Cyber-attacks  among Australian SMEs, with over 200,000 ransomware attacks in April and May last year, more than any other country in the world apart from Japan. This was reported by a major security organisation, Trend Micro. Ransomware, fake invoices and email scams can cost…
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