On Thursday 4 January, Intel released information relating to security exploits affecting their Intel CPUs – referred to as ‘Spectre’ and ‘Meltdown’. (more…)
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Being a young adult is a tough time. When starting in school there is the angst caused by any number of personal fears and external pressures from exams to peers.
Hacking group, The Dark Overlord previously successful in hacking Netflix, are now linked to a series of attacks across the United States, with dozens of schools falling victim. (more…)
We’re proud to be partnering with the Australian Government to raise awareness about ways people can protect themselves online during Stay Smart Online Week, 9 -13 October 2017. (more…)
This week’s release of Sony Pictures The Emoji Movie has prompted a reminder of the harmful presence of cyberbullying (more…)
Stressed, bullied and anxious students offered help via student wellness programs at school. (more…)
Students at the International Football School in Kariong, on the NSW central coast are using video games in the classroom as means of learning. (more…)
In cases where a ransomware (like crytolocker) family has been detected, caught and reversed engineered, a number of security vendors globally have made this information public so that you can
A defence think tank reports that the Australian Government is lagging behind on nearly half the reforms laid out in a plan to bolster the public service’s cyber security.
Concerns around the governments