Nov 28, 2019 - Australians are urged to be vigilant and protect themselves online, especially over the busy festive period. The Australian Cyber Security Centre receives one cybercrime report every ten minutes from individuals and businesses. The most common types of cybercrime reported are identity theft, online fraud, shopping scams, online romance scams and business email compromise. Cybercriminals don’t discriminate and their crimes impact Australians of all ages, as well as businesses.
Sep 21, 2018 - Supporting and protecting senior members of our community from online threats is an important focus for the Australian Government, according to the Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton. ‘We want to say to all Australians, particularly older Australians – as they use internet banking, as they converse online, as they use social media, as they answer their emails – we want people to think twice before they provide any details online,’ Minister Dutton told the House of Representatives this week.
Sep 17, 2018 - Fraudsters often try to exploit our willingness to help those in need, as Australians have experienced in the aftermath of devastating cyclones. The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Centre (NCCIC) in the United States has warned users and administrators to be vigilant for malicious cyber activity in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Fraudulent emails commonly appear after major natural disasters and often contain links or attachments that direct users to malicious websites.
Aug 14, 2018 - The Australian Cyber Security Centre provides you with up-to-date advice on current threats and vulnerabilities, as well as guidance on mitigation and cyber security best practice.
Jul 1, 2018 - The cyber threat to Australian individuals and organisations is undeniable, unrelenting and continues to grow. You could be a target even if you don't think the information held on your networks is valuable, or that your business would be of interest to cyber adversaries. Many organisations are at risk purely because they are vulnerable through unpatched software or unaware staff members. Common threats impacting Australians include: