Online scammers have older Australians in their sights.
Malicious advertising (or malvertising) is a rising concern.
Definitely risky—here’s why and what you can do to be safe.
Vulnerabilities in Bluetooth have been reported; be on the lookout for Blueborne.
WhatsApp users targeted in a phishing scam aimed at stealing banking details and personal information.
Young & eSafe is a new youth platform that features online safety advice from young people, for young people.
Australians lost $45 million to scams in early 2017.
Join us for Stay Smart Online Week on 9–13 October 2017.
Free Small Business Cyber Security Webinar Series, 15 August–4 November 2017.
When you can’t use your mobile data, public Wi-Fi can be like finding water in the desert. But be warned, using public Wi-Fi without taking steps to protect yourself could be disastrous.
In 2016, a massive online attack that targeted some of the world’s highest profile websites, used baby monitors, among other devices, to carry out the attack.
The short answer is no, not necessarily. Whether you use passwords or biometrics, single factor authentication leaves you exposed. You need more than one level of authentication.