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David speaks: Incident Response and Insurance

In the final Cyber Security presentation to the College of Law's Legalprenuers Lab members for 2020, David covers off Incident Response and Insurance and what to do when you have had a security incident.


Phishing Attacks: How Scammers Reel You In (And What To Do About It)

Phishing is one of the most common cyber crimes you’re likely to face. What is it, and how to deal with it? It’s all in our latest blog.


Tech Tips: Microsoft Outlook

Lately, we have been receiving a few queries about Microsoft Outlook and the best ways to make use of its inbuilt features and increase productivity.  IN this blog, you will find a selection of tips and tricks for keeping on top of you inbox (and calendar!)


David speaks: Email antispam and phishing

It is estimated that spam emails cost businesses up to $30b a year in lost productivity, not to mention that 33% of cyber-attacks originate from phishing emails. Find out more about how to spot a phishing email and the benefits of a spam filter, including Zero Day virus protection and quarantine in our latest blog.


Australia’s Cyber Threat Report Card: Cybercrime In The Age Of COVID-19

Despite COVID, cybercrime has remained a constant threat to Australian. Businesses in 2020. Here are the numbers you need to know.


The Top 5 techniques used to hack your password

Passwords are often easy to crack, reused and, in today’s era of biometrics and cryptography, are an outdated way of protecting an account. In this weeks blog find out some of the most common, and most effective, methods for stealing passwords that lead to data breaches.


David Speaks: Turning your staff into Dark Web Defenders

Today David hosted another webinar in conjunction with the College of Law's Centre for Legal Innovation as part of their Cybersecurity series, this time he focused on the Dark Web and Security Awareness Training for your staff. Find out how to turn your staff into Dark Web defenders in our latest blog. 


David speaks: Patching & the Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT or the Internet of Things, is all the other computing products that you have when you think of computers, this is a whole raft of things, smart TV’s, Google Home & Alexa, switches, router, blu ray players, printers/scanners, security cameras and even fish tank thermometers. Find out how they can also be the gateway for criminals and how to tighten your security. 


David Speaks: Setting your practice up for success

We all want the best productivity from our business, but where do you start? Find out David's tips for setting up your practice (or any organisation) for success by making the right technology choices.