You may have noticed reports in the media about Intel, ARM and AMD processor vulnerabilities that may allow cybercriminals to steal personal data from computer systems.
Christmas time is full of gift giving and cybercriminals love to dish out ‘special’ Christmas gifts of their own.
Uber was hacked, so change your password right now. Now it has been reported that Australian riders and drivers are part of the data breach that has effected millions of users world wide. It would be prudent for Australian Uber users and drivers to change their passwords as soon as possible.
A few months ago NANA reported on a number of NANA Members that had reported attempted and actual frauds perpetrated by scammers posing as epay representatives.
In light of recent publicity about the potential threat of Bad Rabbit ransomware, it’s important to be aware that some longstanding ransomware threats are periodically circulated to Australian internet users.
It means you will be able to report payments such as salaries and wages, pay as you go (PAYG) withholding and super information to the ATO directly from your payroll solution when you pay your employees. When do I need to get ready?
A new range of Government run workshops, seminars and webinars have been released. Some new topics and dates added to the usual popular topics. 55 workshops and seminars and 14 webinars have been added to the NANA Events page. Click here to view all events. Course Type Course Name Link to dates, locations & to register […]
Researchers have identified a security vulnerability in Wi-Fi devices used around the world that hackers could use to decrypt or corrupt data, or hijack internet
Transport for NSW is on the look out for additional Opal card top-up outlets in the Blue Mountains area of NSW.
Both epay Australia and Touch, systems providers for card top-up and gift card services, report that attempted scams on Newsagents continue.