1 Fraudulent Email = $1 Million Lost

By Craig McDonald on 28 December 2017 10:48:37 AEDT


There’s a striking cybercrime case in the headlines this week involving email fraud.

John Kahlbetzer - one of the richest people in Australia according to Forbes - lost AU$1 million in a scam that was as simple as it was effective.

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WannaCry: What the experts know one week on

By Daniel McShanag on 19 May 2017 11:21:21 AEST

It’s almost a week since we learned about the worldwide cyber attack known as WannaCry, a ransomware cryptoworm outbreak. 

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Why your cybersecurity plan needs expert oversight

By Jaclyn McRae on 18 May 2017 11:26:53 AEST

 Once considered the bastion of the IT department, cybersecurity has quickly surged up the chain of command to become a leadership concern.

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Infographic: Counting the costs of cybercrime

By Jaclyn McRae on 18 May 2017 09:37:24 AEST

 When two of the world’s biggest tech giants are each duped $100m in a phishing scam, the world takes note.

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Study: Only 1% of Aus companies “very confident” about ...

By Jaclyn McRae on 24 April 2017 16:56:52 AEST

 Only one percent of Australia’s top 100 companies feel “very confident” about being safe from cyber attacks, a new survey has found.

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25% of staff are playing inbox roulette – and ...

By Jaclyn McRae on 24 April 2017 11:12:03 AEST

 Email has quickly become an integral part of people’s lives. But it's fast becoming expensive (and no, I don’t mean the daily flood of offers from your favourite shops).

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Think cybersecurity isn’t your problem? Here's why ...

By Jaclyn McRae on 04 April 2017 10:25:24 AEST

Email fraud, attacks, shutdowns, disruptions. They’re increasingly common occurrences, often with surprisingly innocuous beginnings.

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Why CFOs are the new honeypot for cybercriminals

By Jaclyn McRae on 21 March 2017 17:02:50 AEDT

Less than 60 seconds. That’s all it takes for someone in a faraway place to infiltrate your system and raid your data, should you click the wrong email link.

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