Cyber Security

Cybersecurity in your pocket: The essentials of mobile malware

  • Published on February 16, 2020
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With many businesses allowing employees to use mobile devices or work, how can they protect their information from cybersecurity threats?

InfoSec Skilled Workforce Shortfall – Reality?

InfoSec
  • Published on November 13, 2019
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I have been in the infosec sector for over three decades and have seen the rise and fall of demand for IT and security professionals on a number of occasions. Y2K, the dot com bust and the GFC did not help our industry. Currently, we are on an upward trend, delivering training across Australia, NZ, […]

Online Voting – Why are we so afraid?

Online Voting
  • Published on October 12, 2018
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We live and breathe in a world that is a bizarre dichotomy. On one hand, we want anonymity and privacy, on the other, many people pump full details of their private lives into social media and online services, happily enrolling personal questions such as mother’s maiden name, favourite colour, first pet, streets names, and so […]

Why I have switched my search engine away from Google

DuckDuckGo
  • Published on September 12, 2018
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The Internet used to be a friendlier place. In the late 1990’s, it was Microsoft versus the rest of the world. We had Gopher and WAIS as early pre-cursors to Internet search engines, then along came AltaVista, Yahoo and Google. I was never keen on Yahoo, AltaVista was kind of interesting, but Google was it […]