Category: Identity Theft

Checklist for safe working at home

Working from home may expose you and your employer to greater Cyber Security risks: download this helpful security checklist.

Hacker victim watches his life dissolve on screen

Dylan was actually on Facebook when his account was hacked: he watched the text on screen change to Arabic. Then things got worse...

Concerns over dumping of CyberCrime from SCOMO's front bench

The Federal Government has downgraded its focus on cybercrime by moving ministerial responsibility out of Cabinet. Will this make it easier for cyber criminals?

Concerns over dumping of CyberCrime from SCOMO's front bench

The Federal Government has downgraded its focus on cybercrime by moving ministerial responsibility out of Cabinet. Will this make it easier for cyber criminals?

Don't Be A Zucker For Facebook's Claims It Will Clean Up Its Act

Don't believe the promotion: Facebook is not your Nana’s kitchen, it's a business model that depends on personal information.

It's Way Too Easy For Hackers To Watch Your Kids Online At School

As a parent, it scares me to think that someone might be watching my kids at school. Waiting. Scanning.  Not on the street, but over the digital highway.

Your medical records for sale

Medical records are stolen and sold by the thousands on the dark web. They can help hackers steal your identity, get credit cards and take out loans in your name.

Greater Protection Needed For Digital Personal Medical Records

The ‘Dark Web’ sounds like something invented by Hollywood; the title of a B grade science fiction movie. Unfortunately,

Aussies easy targets on line

Everyone knows cyber crime is increasing. They may not know that a truism of crime applies just as much on line: crooks look for easy targets. They'll walk past the home with an alarm to target the next home without one. Unfortunately, Australians are becoming the easy target in our global village.

Police not resourced to chase on line thieves

If you've been ripped off on line for perhaps $30,000, you're probably  in for some bad news: it may be that the police aren't even going to try to catch your perpetrator. Cases involving less than $50,000 just aren't being pursued, due to lack of resources.