Banks unite to declare war on scammers

Australian banks have joined forces to launch a new Scam-Safe Accord to deliver a higher standard of protection for customers and put scammers out of business in Australia. This Accord, between Australia’s customer owned banks, mutual banks, building societies, credit unions and commercial banks is

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The new cybersecurity funding: what it means for your SME

In a significant step towards safeguarding the nation’s digital infrastructure, the Australian government has unveiled its long-awaited $586.9 million National Cyber Security Strategy. This comprehensive plan outlines a range of initiatives aimed at enhancing the cyber resilience of Australian businesses, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises

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What role is AI to play in preventing retail crime? 

The National Retail Association is pleased to have been joined last month by Queensland Small Business Commissioner, Dominique Lamb, and our Crime Consultant, Professor Michael Townsley, at the free online session for retail and loss prevention specialists. Attendees received updates on the latest criminology research,

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70% of Australians concerned about scams this holiday season

New research released today reveals Australians are increasingly expressing deep concerns over the security of their data, with almost 3 in 5 fearing falling victim to cybercrimes this holiday season. Norton, a global leader in Cyber Safety, has just released its 2023 Holiday Norton Cyber Safety Insights

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5 Tips to make sure you’re shopping safely online

The festive shopping season is a time when people spend a lot of money online. This makes it a prime target for scammers and cybercriminals. Here are some tips to help you stay safe online this festive shopping season: Shop on trusted websites. Only shop on

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Are Boomers better at cybersecurity than Millennials and Gen Z?

Yubico, the leading provider of hardware authentication security keys, today announced the results of the company’s 2023 survey, ‘In a growing era of sophisticated phishing attacks, have people adjusted their cybersecurity hygiene?’ conducted by OnePoll. OnePoll, a leading provider of international market research and data communication solutions,

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New privacy regulations for small business coming soon

The public rightly expects any personal information collected and stored by businesses – whether they are large or small – will be protected, says the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Bruce Billson. Mr. Billson supports the decision announced today by Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus

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