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Ransomware is everywhere – so what can you do?

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, what’s your next move? Protect your business with these tips

Australia’s cyber defences ‘relatively weak, uncoordinated’

Australia’s cyber defences ‘relatively weak, uncoordinated’, former ASIO boss David Irvine warns. A former spy boss has warned the country’s ability to counter cyber threats and criminal activity is “relatively weak and uncoordinated”, with current efforts scattered across the states and Commonwealth. David Irvine, who ran ASIO until 2014 and was also the head of the

HP Notebook Computer and Mobile Workstation Battery Safety Recall and Replacement Program

Important Safety Announcement    In cooperation with various government regulatory agencies HP has announced a worldwide voluntary safety recall and replacement program for certain notebook and mobile workstation batteries.   The potentially affected batteries were shipped with certain HP notebooks and mobile workstations sold worldwide from December 2015 through December 2017. These batteries were also

What do Hackers even want?

It’s an interesting question because not all Hackers are the same. Some want to steal your data for their own purposes, some are seeking a ransom and some want to block your service to benefit them in some way. Some hackers are motivated by money; some are doing it for the notoriety. Firstly – who

What the Privacy Act Amendments mean for Australian Businesses

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 Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016 was passed by the Senate as an amendment to the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and will come