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4 Dec 2022
Russia’s New Cyberwarfare in Ukraine Is Fast, Dirty, and Relentless
Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency is using updated tactics and tools—as well as an increased tempo—in its cyberattacks on Ukraine.
1 Dec 2022
A new cyber taskforce will supposedly ‘hack the hackers’ behind the Medibank breach. It could put a target on Australia’s back
Following a criminal data breach that has exposed millions of Australians’ personal medical information, the Australian Government is going on the offensive against cybercriminals.
27 Nov 2022
Healthcare industry continues to be main target of data breaches, with 79 reported in six months
The requirement for healthcare professionals to share data between GPs, chemists, physios, etc., increases the risks of data breaches; therefore, violations must be reported as soon as they occur.
16 Nov 2022
Taking Screenshots Is Easy on Windows 10 and 11. Here's How
A quick copy of a file or a clip from your current screen can be handy; Windows provides built-in tools and shortcuts to make taking a screenshot or clip very easy.
17 Nov 2022
One year on, El Salvador’s Bitcoin experiment has proven a spectacular failure
Bitcoin is a legal tender in El Salvador, so it has to be accepted in payment; however, only about 20 % of the population uses bitcoin.
26 Oct 2022
Hidden trackers invade your browser. Here's how to delete them.
Advertisers are notorious for collecting data about what you do and where you go online—this information is valuable and profitable as it helps advertisers to find out what you are interested in and to structure their advertisements accordingly.
24 Oct 2022
5 Windows security settings you should change now to protect your laptop
Use these Windows 10 and 11 security ideas to improve Windows PC default security protection.
21 Oct 2022
Zero trust starts with its weakest link: The end users
The human element is essential in cyberdefence; however, humans can also be a significant problem when they do not take cybersecurity seriously.
10 Oct 2022
Optus’s week of hell: How nine days of confusion left 9.4 million Australians waiting for answers
Optus’s data breach has created enormous costs for individuals and other businesses—some commentators think Optus needs to compensate those customers who have had their data compromised.
13 Oct 2022
Optus: How a massive data breach has exposed Australia
The Federal Government says that Australia is out of date regarding cybersecurity, and the government should be able to penalise companies such as Optus if a data breach occurs.