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Privacy Awareness Week runs from 2-8 May 2022. 

This Safer Internet Day we're encouraging you to do your part to #PlayitFairOnline. To help you secure the online environments you participate in, we've put together some tips.

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) has prevented phishing related breaches for participating not-for-profits, despite data from the ACSC indicating the number of attempts is increasing.

A recent survey of 200 Australian IT executives found that two-thirds of them had suffered a Ransomware attack during 2020. Of those, one third paid the ransom. The average ransom amount was $1.25million.

There's no better time to think about data privacy than Privacy Awareness Week, so we've put together a handy list you can use to keep your personal information safe online.

Infoxchange's Information Security Lead Marise Alphonso says should come as no surprise that the hygiene practices we apply in the physical world have parallels in the digital world.

In a year when organisations have had to adapt to many changes, the one constant in the information security arena is that security threats are always changing. Here's why you need to stay on top of it.

We're proud to be a supporter of this year’s Privacy Awareness Week. With many aspects of our lives shifting thanks to COVID-19, here are some practical tips on how to protect your privacy during this time.

As more organisations are transitioning to working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak, here are some key points that your not-for-profit should be looking at to manage the cyber risks.

In honour of Safer Internet Day on 11 February 2020, here are some of the ways we can all create a better and safer internet for our community.

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