Tis the season to be jolly… Jolly cautious that is. For those of you who know me and my almost evangelical pursuit of cyber security, this may come as a…
A cautionary tale from Forensic Partner, Stan Gallo with sincere apologies to Clement Clark Moore
The Australian Government is currently seeking to implement new legislation to enable access to information on encrypted messaging apps and devices.
As the number of digital currencies has increased and awareness of their use in both criminal activity and terrorism financing has grown, the Australian Government has recognised the importance of regulating digital exchanges.
The ATO has reported that this time of year and the months that follow, often sees a spike in a range of scams aimed at tricking people into providing sensitive information or paying non-existent fees that can see them out of pocket for thousands of dollars.
Over the weekend, the world has seen the largest cyber attack of its kind spread across more than 70 countries. What happened and what should you do?1
On 13 February, a welcome amendment to Australia’s Privacy Act passed both houses of parliament
Lonely heart cyber scams are big business with The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission receiving more than 4100 reports of dating and romance scams last year.