child cyber safety for online content and gaming

Child Cyber Safety for Online Content and Gaming

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The online world is full of allure for people of all ages, especially young children, but with that excitement comes a host of potential safety concerns. As parents, we feel the need to be...
Six Methods To Create A Secure Password You’ll Actually Remember

Six Methods to Create a Secure Password You’ll Actually Remember

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We are always reminded of how important our passwords are. From our personal identification number (PIN) on our ATM cards to our password to our personal emails, passwords are they key to our virtual...
The New And More Efficient Payments System Means New And More Efficient Payments Fraud. Here’s How To Prepare

The new and more efficient payments system means new and more efficient payments fraud....

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It’s about to become easier to steal money. We’ll have become more vigilant. Shutterstock Most credit card fraud takes place online or over the phone. It’s not the cards that are stolen, but the details....
what is a vpn used for?

What is a VPN used for?

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There are many different reasons to start using a VPN. In summary, here are the main ones: It provides you with more online security. Increase your online privacy. It allows you to browse the...

Choosing An NBN Plan To Meet Your Requirements

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There are lots of NBN providers today. Deciding on the best plan could be rather hard, particularly when you don't know just what you need to check out for. It will always be important...
stepping forward to a paperless office

Stepping Forward to A Paperless Office

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While the complete removal of paper may not be achievable for all companies, even a tiny decrease could result in price savings and greater effectiveness. Whether your firm is in the start-up step or...
are your devices spying on you? australia’s very small step to make the internet of things safer

Are your devices spying on you? Australia’s very small step to make the Internet...

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Image: Shuttlestock From internet-connected televisions, toys, fridges, ovens, security cameras, door locks, fitness trackers and lights, the so-called “Internet of Things” (IoT) promises to revolutionise our homes. But it also threatens to increase our vulnerability...
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Report recommends overhaul of My Health Record, but key changes not supported by Coalition

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The opt-out period for My Health Record closes on November 15. Shutterstock The Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs report into the My Health Record system was released last Thursday. It has recommended several substantial changes to...
does your isp know what you’re doing online?

Does Your ISP Know What You’re Doing Online?

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We like to believe that what we do online is just between us and the screen - that nobody knows what weird questions we google at 2AM, or what YouTube videos we binge during...