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Eliminating Weak Passwords with Password Management Software

One of the biggest security risks to your home PC and organisational network is a weak password.

Weak passwords put you at risk of having your network security breached by hackers, and opens you up to losing data and access to accounts as well as having your personal details exposed online. The good news is […]

The ultimate guide to CCTV cameras

CCTV cameras are everywhere. Look around your local post office, cinema, grocery store, and even your favourite coffee shop, and you’ll likely spot a security camera or two. Residential properties, including both one-family homes and apartment buildings, are increasingly protected by the all-seeing eye of CCTV systems.

Five cybersecurity tips you must know

No computer user is above the threat of cybercrime. Follow these five simple cybersecurity tips and reduce your risk. 

Cybercrime is a significant issue. The Australia Cyber Security Centre receives one incident report every 10 minutes, a staggering figure that’s only set to rise in 2021. Ransomware is the biggest threat, with hackers locking people’s […]

Protect yourself from these dangerous Facebook Scams

Scams and other digital threats have come a long way since the email spam of the late 90s and early 2000s, and malicious actors are employing more sophisticated tactics than ever before to harvest personal information and turn it for a profit.

Facebook, with its more than 2.37 billion users worldwide, is one of the […]

How to avoid scam emails

Email – for many of us, it’s the first thing we look at when we wake up in the morning and the last thing we check before we head to bed in the evening.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, more than 293.6 billion emails are sent each and every day. This number is set to surpass 347.3 billion […]

What is cryptojacking and how can you protect yourself?

Cryptojacking is a new, increasingly popular way for cybercriminals to make money using your computer’s hardware. A website open in your browser can take over 100 per cent of your device’s CPU by mining cryptocurrency. And now, cryptojacking malware is beginning to become more widespread.

In this article, we’ll answer the question ‘What is cryptojacking’ […]

Microsoft Office 365 multi-factor Authentication: How to protect your business data

Most modern-day organisations are moving their business to the cloud, and that means making the switch to Microsoft Office 365. It’s never been more critical to protect user accounts and sensitive company data.

One of the best ways to safeguard any information stored in the cloud is by enabling Office 365 multi-factor authentication. In this […]

What to do if someone hacks your Microsoft Office 365 account

Office 365 is an excellent tool to use in your organisation – or at home. Not only will this versatile software suite save you time and boost productivity, but it also makes collaboration and file sharing easier than ever. You can read more about the benefits of Microsoft Office 365 here.

The thing is, as […]

How to set up parental controls

Do you ever worry about your children accessing inappropriate content online? While you can’t always be there looking over their shoulder, you can set up parental controls that block certain websites, text, and images.

In this article, we’ll share a few ways you can make the internet a safer, more positive place for your kids. […]

What is Ransomware and How Can It Impact Your Business?

Malware is the most common cybercrime threatening businesses in Australia, with more than $1 billion lost every single year. Ransomware, a virulent form of malware, is becoming more prevalent, with a 114 percent increase in reported cases between 2015 and 2016.

What is ransomware? And, how can it impact businesses?

Let’s explore these issues in greater […]