Back in 2016 we highlighted a scam in Australia favoured by external fraudsters that appears to involve organised criminal elements.
Corporate credit cards are not new. but, surprisingly, we are seeing a significant increase in frauds perpetrated through these cards.
With more of people’s lives being transacted, shared, stored online – privacy and security concerns are increasingly coming to the fore.
Children and young people are the most vulnerable members of society, almost solely dependent on adults to build safe environments
Christmas is a season of increased online scams and fraudulent activity, both at home and at work. We need to remain vigilant to be cyber confident.
Enhanced transparency in corporate reporting helps to address the trust deficit.
A man-child friend of mine, let’s call him Jeff*, exclaimed he has matured as he now has 2 Dysons AND a pressure cooker. A Weber may have also been mentioned. You may wonder what this has to do with being #AuditorProud?
The Prime Minister’s announcement that the Government has assembled a panel of experts to conduct a review of Australia’s cyber security strategy is excellent news for the nation, at a…