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Our information security expert Marise Alphonso examines what lead to the most recent serious data breaches in Australia, and talks about some steps that could prevent it from happening in the future.

At Infoxchange, we believe you’re never too old to learn digital skills. That’s why we’re excited to celebrate Adult Learners Week, an international festival of adult learning that runs from 1–8 September 2019.

Congratulations to the latest round of graduates from our I CAN with MYOB program.

As we continue to embrace technology in all its forms, we need to remember that there is always a cost for the convenience that technology brings.

Last week marked the first time all our staff had been together in one place, including our Brisbane team and our new South Australian colleagues from Connecting Up.

Supported by the Telstra Foundation, we’re developing Ask Izzy to provide a more conversational, personalised and supportive way to connect young people experiencing homelessness to crucial services.

Cyber attacks are constantly evolving and becoming more sophisticated. Our resident expert Marise Alphonso talks about the types of cyber threats not-for-profits need to be aware of.

The latest Ask Izzy data points to a growing food security crisis in Australia.

There has been much in the media recently on data breaches involving the disclosure of personal information, so what do not-for-profits need to do to be safe?

We visited City of Melbourne Library to show them how Ask Izzy can be used to easily direct their patrons to nearby support services.

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