Category: Cybercrime


Multi-Service Providers’ In Crosshairs Of Cybercriminals

Till a few years back, ransomware attackers focused on "quantity" rather than "quality".  We have seen several such incidents; one of the highest profiles among them was the WannaCry attack of 2017, which had hit a massive number of targets,...

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A New Victim To Cybercrime Is Here!

Cyberattacks have been recognized as the most strategically significant threats faced by the world today. Governments, private corporations, non-profit sector is immune from cyberattacks, and so is the financial industry, including banks, investment companies, insurance companies, and real estate...

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How Easy Is It For Scammers To Access Your Superannuation..?

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) had fallen victim to a nasty impersonation scam that targeted cybersecurity vulnerabilities through myGov website and a 2017 federal government First Home Super Saver Scheme.  The issue began when Mr. Trevor Riessen — a Darwin...

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Huawei A Threat To America’s Cybersecurity? How Is Australia Involved In All This!

Something significant has evolved in the dispute among the Government of The United States of America and Huawei in the last two weeks. Huawei; the Chinese telecoms equipment giant has left its mark in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe...

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The Growing Number of Cyber Attacks Damaging Critical National Infrastructure

The ongoing incompetency to progress with significant knowledge of purpose or necessity in the face of digital threats posed by cybercriminals and hackers puts critical national infrastructure at unnecessary risk from cyber attacks. These increasing number of cyber attacks in...

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