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Double check your emails! #scam
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The German government has issued an alert saying malicious emails messages are being …
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Does Your Business Use Intel’s AMT? Then Be Cautious!
A new security flaw is affecting devices that use AMT.

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Now researchers have discovered a new flaw that affects devices using Intel’s Active …
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Keep software and operating systems up-to-date to fix security gaps.

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You may have noticed reports in the media about Intel, ARM and AMD …
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Time to change your weak passwords! Billions of people have had their personal details exposed online in the latest data breach.

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You are encouraged to check you have distinctive and strong passwords for all of your online accounts, following continued reporting that billions of individuals have had their logins and passwords exposed online. A large data dump including more than 1.4 billion email addresses, passwords, and othe...
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May Peace, Happiness and Prosperity be yours during this Holiday Season and throughout the New Year. #2018

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Warning: Check your database security before your information is exposed online.

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Australian businesses and other organisations are being notified to check their databases are protected after reports that masses of people have had their personal details exposed due to an unreliable database. Researchers from the security firm Kromtech Security Center found a company based in Tel�...
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Time to focus on Australia’s most expensive crime category.

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Fraud can take many forms, including corporate fraud, consumer fraud, tax fraud, identity theft and many others. Scams and other frauds have soared in recent years with our constant connectivity making us vulnerable targets. A recent report shows that in the Asia Pacific region, Australia has the th...
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How Safe Are Your Phone Apps?
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Cell phones are the one thing we can’t leave home without. They’re our wallet, journal, guide and much more. On the other hand, how secure is your phone? Malicious apps can compromise security regardless of what sort of phone you have. Where you download applications from and how you utilize them pl...
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The ACSC has proclaimed rise in scams using compromised emails focusing on organizations in Australia, particularly around invoicing and payments.

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The ACSC has proclaimed rise in scams using compromised emails focusing on organizations in Australia, particularly around invoicing and payments. This type of scam is often highly targeted with hackers thoroughly researching organisations first. Typically, emails that appear to be from the CEO ar...
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We all turn to our tech-savvy friends in case of any cyber security trouble. But have you ever imagined controlling your cyber security issues by following some simple steps? It sounds good, right?

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With an increasing number of cases of ransomware and other malicious cyber activity occurring globally, more and more people require assistance dealing with cyber issues in their home. We realize that many people will swing towards their cyber ‘guru’ friend at the first sign of trouble, rather than…
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It’s important to be aware that some longstanding #ransomware threats are periodically circulated to #Australian internet users. #Locky

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Locky authors have again retooled the highly persistent ransomware campaign with a new strain that performs reconnaissance on victims’ computers and goes by a new file extension name. The word doc contains embedded links that use the DDE exploit to contact a remote server & get a base64 encoded stri...
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Sharing your location is becoming more and more popular on social media platforms, with Snapchat being the latest platform to include this feature. While location sharing may appeal to many users, the real danger it presents is cause for concern. #location #Snapchat

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What are the risks when location sharing on social media? Sharing your location, or geosharing, is becoming more and more popular on social media platforms, with Snapchat being the latest platform to include this feature. ‘Snap Map’ allows users to see all their contacts on a map and see snaps from…
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Phishing emails are an attempt to collect your confidential information (usernames, passwords, or bank details). Stay safe!

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Phishing emails are an attempt to collect your confidential information (usernames, passwords, or bank details) by sending an email pretending to be from a trusted source and scammers are good at recycling tried and true techniques to trick you into providing personal information. We have seen a spa...
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We thank you for joining us at the Cyber Breakfast, we also congratulate you on your display of ideas during the event and we hope that the information session was useful. Please email us your valuable feedback on info@cspro.com.au #StaySmartOnline #SSOW17

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Wi-Fi connections vulnerable to hackers after flaw discovered. #Krack #wifi

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A security flaw has been discovered that could be used to hack into any device that uses Wi-Fi. A flaw in WPA2’s cryptographic protocols could be exploited to read and steal data that would otherwise be protected, according to new research from security researcher Mathy Vanhoef of KU Leuven in Belgi...
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