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Silly (Shopping) Season is Upon Us

Posted by Craig McDonald on Dec 3, 2018 12:39:13 PM

It’s officially silly (shopping) season. As crazy hot sales and year-end promotions start to fill inboxes, here are some tips you can share with your clients to help them reduce the risk of online fraud and stay cyber secure this festive season. 

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Smaller companies are “vulnerable targets”: Australian cybersecurity chief

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Aug 24, 2018 4:02:50 PM

There has been a 2500% increase in the sale of cybercrime kits on the dark-web since 2016, said Angus Taylor MP, Australian Minister for Law Enforcement and Cyber Security in a recent interview.
Taylor expressed his concern about this surge in online criminal activity. He noted that there has been “a high take-up of digital technologies” by Australian companies, but about 30% of smaller companies have inadequate cybersecurity measures in place. 

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If your customers’ inboxes aren’t protected their business is at risk

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Aug 9, 2018 11:11:22 AM

Since the early days of the internet, when Nigerian Prince scams started appearing, email has been exploited by hackers and criminals.

Data from FBI reports shows that email-based attacks like CEO fraud and phishing are now the most costly cybercrime categories.

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Partner spotlight: itro

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Aug 2, 2018 3:43:27 PM

itro is a Melbourne based company who help small to medium enterprises achieve better IT outcomes and pride themselves on giving plain-English IT Support.

Operating since 1999, itro has successfully helped hundreds of customers to manage customised IT solutions for their companies.

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How to explain GDPR to your customers

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Jul 9, 2018 9:38:23 AM

GDPR - the EU General Data Protection Regulation - is now in effect. The regulations are designed to protect the data privacy of EU residents, but because the rules affect any company handling EU data, their effect is actually international.

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Meeting cybersecurity challenges: a quick-start guide

Posted by Craig McDonald on Jun 1, 2018 4:49:47 PM


There’s a lot about online crime that’s ambiguous and confusing, but the damage it’s doing is all too clear. Recent research figures released by the FBI and reports from independent cybersecurity experts estimate that the damage bill from cybercrime in 2018 will reach more than
US$12 billion dollars.

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GDPR: What is it? Who is affected?

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Mar 28, 2018 12:40:21 PM

Email, e-commerce and cloud-based platforms enhance and optimise daily business activity, but they've also created a host of challenges in terms of security. Large-scale data breaches of companies are becoming a regular occurrence, resulting in massive numbers of sensitive data records being compromised.

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‘Collaborative approach’ needed, say cybersecurity experts

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Mar 16, 2018 2:06:25 PM


‘Alone we will fail,’ was the message from Alastair MacGibbon, Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre and keynote speaker at 
MailGuard’s 2018 Cybersecurity Awareness Luncheon.

On Tuesday 6 March, MailGuard collaborated with PWC and Microsoft to bring together CEOs and cybersecurity experts in a forum focussed on the rise of cybercrime and the challenges it presents for business.

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The NDB Scheme: Australia's new cybersecurity rules

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Mar 7, 2018 4:34:23 PM


In today’s global online marketplace, businesses can find customers, manage workforces and accept payments more easily than ever before and that’s great news, as long as everything works smoothly. 

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Promoting education as a cybersecurity strategy

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on Mar 2, 2018 10:32:17 AM


Talking to businesspeople about risk management is a vital part of what we do in the cybersecurity industry but while people in management roles have no difficulty seeing the financial hazards that cybercrime presents, the technicalities are often a sticking point.

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