Urgency, Curiosity, Fear: The phishing weapon set

Posted by MailGuard on 21 December 2021 10:44:51 AEDT

In 2020, Australians lost over $850 million to scams. A new report by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission found phishing was the most reported type of scam across the country, rising to “unprecedented levels” in comparison to 2019. “Phishing activity thrived during the pandemic. Over 44,000 reports were received, representing a 75% increase,” the report stated.  

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Scams Week 2021: Let's Talk Scams with Delia Rickard

Posted by MailGuard on 08 November 2021 14:22:48 AEDT

Screen Shot 2021-11-08 at 1.44.35 pmWe would like to thank the ACCC for providing us with this valuable interview with ACCC Deputy Chair, Delia Rickard, discussing tips on how to have a conversation about scams with our networks. While her comments are primarily geared towards consumers and individuals, it’s important to note that businesses and their employees can be vulnerable too.

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Fundamentals for Shoring Up Phishing Defences from the NCSA

Posted by MailGuard on 14 October 2021 17:08:38 AEDT

We would like to thank the National Cyber Security Alliance for providing the following valuable information to help protect from phishing threats. 

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Preparing For A Cybersecurity Attack: Is Compromise Inevitable?

Posted by Craig McDonald on 20 September 2021 13:32:31 AEST

Compromise can happen to anyone. It’s no longer a case of ‘If a cyberattack hits my business’ but ‘A cyberattack will hit my business’. We have come a long way from the thinking that only certain types of businesses (or business functions) could be the recipient of a cyberattack. Most security professionals now assume that a breach is inevitable and prepare accordingly.

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Business Priorities 2018: What are CEOs Thinking About?

Posted by Craig McDonald on 22 January 2018 10:56:03 AEDT


These are interesting times to be in business. The fastest pace of industrial development in history. Huge opportunities. Huge risks. An economic environment that rewards innovation but is also incredibly volatile.

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