By: Amy Cheng
The internet is becoming a lifeline for more and more people and is being seen as an essential part of life, however, with the rise in cybercrime, the need to be vigilant is even greater, according to an expert in cybersecurity. Continue reading “Cybercrime is Becoming Biggest Safety Threat, Experts Say”
By: Kristian Johnson
“Those in the West – we’re not the only good people on earth – but we have a moral foundation and a philosophical, and even a theological framework, that understands notion of good.” ~ International security expert, Klon Kitchen
Continue reading “‘Cyberwarfare’ and the Role of Big Tech in Modern War”
By: Ally Barnes
Multiple fake Facebook profiles using images of a breakfast radio duos across the country were set up recently, in an attempt to scam radio audiences. Continue reading “8 Tips to Avoid Being Scammed Online or Over the Phone”
By: Michael Crooks
Among everything the pandemic has taught the world is the importance of digital technology in everyday life.
Continue reading “$1 Billion Upgrade: A Plan for Australia’s Digital Workforce”
By: Steff Willis, 96five
A recent study conducted by the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation revealed that 4 in 5 parents would respond with anger and blame if they discovered their child was sharing inappropriate images online.
Continue reading “Compassion is Key in Handling Cyber Safety Issues with Kids”
By: Sam Robinson
We’re always told to update our passwords, and tech expert Geoff Quattromani has a way to make them strong and memorable. Continue reading “Strengthen Online Security, Turn Passwords Into Passphrases: Tech Expert Explains”
By: Sam Robinson
A simple check and change will ensure your home internet is a whole lot more secure. Continue reading “How Secure is Your Home Internet?”
By: Yvette Cherry
The parents of Dolly Everett, a 14 year old girl who took her own life after being relentlessly bullied, have created a very powerful and evocative advertisement to address the issue of cyber bullying.
Continue reading “Dolly’s Dream”
By: Clare Bruce
More than half of all Australia’s young people have experienced cyberbullying – that’s bullying using the web, smartphones or social media – and parents are being urged to become more aware. Continue reading “Has Cyberbullying Affected You? Expert Advice for Teens and Parents”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
There is a toy revolution building. Kids toys are becoming smarter. It’s part of the “internet of things”, which basically means that every “thing” you can buy can be connected to the Internet. Continue reading “Are Smart Toys Safe?”