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Big Foot – Your Digital Footprint and Data

Thursday, 26 May 2016

You are under surveillance right now, and it’s mostly voluntary. In fact, everything you view on the Internet—everything you share, every transaction you make, every shred of digital data—becomes a part of what’s called a “digital footprint”, a mass trail of personal information that’s nearly impossible to quantify or neatly define. Read more

Cybercrime expert shares privacy protection tips - Canstar

Thursday, 19 May 2016

A cybercrime expert from the University of Canberra is reminding Australians to show proper care and diligence with their credit card details, also warning that rapid changes in technology pose a continual risk to consumer privacy. Read more

Cyber criminals are one step ahead: security experts - The Australian

Friday, 22 April 2016

The Prime Minister yesterday acknowledged the capabilities of the Australian Signals Directorate to launch strikes on hacker collect­ives, saying he hoped his announcement sent a strong message to cyber criminals. Read more

Govt and businesses should be upfront about cyber attacks: Internet Safety expert - ABC Radio

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Govt and businesses should be upfront about cyber attacks: Internet Safety expert Read more