Would you ride on a bus with no driver? – You can if you’re in Melbourne

This week the first trial of La Trobe University’s new autonomous bus will take place in Melbourne, with over 1000 people expressing their desire for a ride.

Human error biggest cause of data breaches

According to new information from the Australian Information Commission (OAIC) more than half of all data breaches reported were caused by human error.

Phishing largest threat to cyber security

Microsoft have released their annual Security Intelligence Report on cyber security and have reaffirmed that phishing is still the most popular way for cyber criminals to attack organisations.

How to choose the right software for your business

There are a huge array of software providers out there that claim to solve many pain points for businesses, including increasing productivity, collaboration, profit and many other buzz words.

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and the Implications for Business

At the end of this blog is a simple enough question, with serious ramifications if you can't answer it.

The recent revelations around the way Facebook handles our data is sure to shock some people...

First data breach notification made public

The first data breach under the new Mandatory Data Breach Notification Law has been publicised. Shipping company Svizter Australia has the dubious honour of being the first company to report a...

Mandatory Data Breach Notification - What you need to know

As of last week the new Mandatory Data Breach Notification laws have come into effect. This means that if there is a data breach in your business, you are required by law to notify your customers,...

Cyber Security - SMiShing set to rise in 2018

New year, new resolutions. New year, new scams.

4 ways technology can help attract top talent to your business

Technology is useful for a variety of different things, both in our personal and professional lives, it can help keep us focused, social, more productive and healthier.

What was the worst password of 2017?

SplashData’s annual worst password list has revealed the world’s most commonly used password for 2017 was ...drumroll...

“123456”.

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