Privacy

If I was going to hack you, here’s how I’d do it

2019-12-17T16:24:16+11:00

First off, I probably wouldn't pose as a Nigerian Prince. Despite the fact that it has an incredibly high chance of success when marketed correctly. But I would start with >>

If I was going to hack you, here’s how I’d do it2019-12-17T16:24:16+11:00

Should you cover your webcam just like Mark Zuckerberg does?

2019-11-12T04:05:54+11:00

Yep. You absolutely should. And stuff chewing gum into your laptop microphone. There are cameras and lenses everywhere. On the side of buildings, in your phone and in your laptop. >>

Should you cover your webcam just like Mark Zuckerberg does?2019-11-12T04:05:54+11:00

Can your smart TV really be hacked?

2019-11-05T03:22:42+11:00

It's hard to fathom what really makes a TV smart, but the marketing geniuses at just about every manufacturer seem to think that a "Smart TV" is a TV that >>

Can your smart TV really be hacked?2019-11-05T03:22:42+11:00

Why are all the scammers from Nigeria?

2019-11-01T07:00:56+11:00

Keen followers of my articles will recall a previous article named "Why do phishing email be writtened such bad english? Turns out it's intentional..." In that article, I explored why >>

Why are all the scammers from Nigeria?2019-11-01T07:00:56+11:00

How & why to use a Password Manager for increased Cybersecurity

2019-10-08T09:51:16+11:00

Keen followers of this blog will know that we've been banging on about the need to use unique passwords for each online account... and before you spit out your coffee >>

How & why to use a Password Manager for increased Cybersecurity2019-10-08T09:51:16+11:00

Why deleting your Google history is a must-do

2019-08-21T17:13:07+10:00

How comfortable with Google having a copy of everything you've searched... ever? Unless you move to a private search engine DuckDuckGo, then your search engine still likely has a copy >>

Why deleting your Google history is a must-do2019-08-21T17:13:07+10:00

FBI Ransomware Alert & mitigation steps

2018-12-04T11:51:37+11:00

In an FBI and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) alert, the government agencies warned cybersecurity professionals about SamSam MSIL/Samas.A ransomware attacks. Within the alert, the government agencies recommended that organizations take >>

FBI Ransomware Alert & mitigation steps2018-12-04T11:51:37+11:00

Ransomware is everywhere – so what can you do?

2018-03-14T15:56:43+11:00

Ransomware is everywhere these days. According to a recent study, 94% of IT providers reported ransomware bypassed top-of-the-line anti-virus software. If ransomware makes it past your front line of defense, >>

Ransomware is everywhere – so what can you do?2018-03-14T15:56:43+11:00

What the Privacy Act Amendments mean for Australian Businesses

2017-12-05T10:27:34+11:00

The information in this article should be treated as a guide only and not legal advice. Please seek professional legal advice should you require further clarification. The quick summary The >>

What the Privacy Act Amendments mean for Australian Businesses2017-12-05T10:27:34+11:00