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7 Dec 2022
The biggest security risks of using fitness trackers and apps to monitor your health
Consumers may not understand the extent to which their personal information could be available to, or intercepted by, third parties.
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.
5 Dec 2022
Speed Traps Have No Long-Term Effect on Speeding
Despite handing out thousands of traffic infringement notices, many drivers are not slowing down—road design might be the key to getting drivers to slow down.
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.
25 Nov 2022
Cybercrime Is On The Rise – What That Means For Australian Businesses
Australian businesses' cyberdefences might not be as good as businesses operating in other countries—which might be why cybercriminals are targeting them.
30 Nov 2022
CEOs Have Lost Touch with Frontline Workers
Frontline workers are generally the lowest paid with the harshest working conditions but are the most ignored by CEOs—but Covid-19 proved how essential frontline workers are to the broader economy.
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.
28 Nov 2022
Start Ignoring Email — Deep Work Is How To Succeed
Shallow work can be done quickly, such as clearing emails that mainly consist of news feeds or non-action-required information—deep work requires thought, time and complete engagement.
25 Nov 2022
Another Nail In The Coffin Of The Russian Economy
The application of economic measures against Russia is proving relatively effective in isolating Russia from many global markets—which reduces Russia's ability to buy armaments from foreign sellers.
23 Nov 2022
The origins of human society are more complex than we thought
Most popular accounts of human prehistory suggest civilization emerged linearly—humans starting as nomadic hunter-gatherers and later moving on to farming and permanent settlements leading to villages, towns and then cities. The Dawn of Everything challenges this narrative.