Small businesses and Newsagents can be bamboozled by claims made by POS software companies.
Scammers have been reported impersonating the Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank (NAB) and the Bendigo bank and it is possible that other banks have also been impersonated.
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has seen a five-fold increase in scams in the first five months of this year and they expect that number to increase as we enter tax time.
Many more free workshops and seminars have been added to the NANA Events section of the website. The following links will take you directly to your topic choice list where you will be able to view available dates, times and locations and to register.
Canberra has a free 1 hour seminar regarding how best to equip yourself and your business from cyber attacks. Are you worried about who can see your personal details online? Not sure how to keep track of your passwords, secure your electronic gadgets online and monitor your use? Find out why privacy and security are […]
The ACCC is warning people to stay alert to ‘phishing’ scammers pretending to be from well-known businesses and government departments trying to con unsuspecting victims out of their personal information and money.
Australia appears to have escaped the worst fallout from a huge global ransomware attack, but the Prime Minister’s cybersecurity adviser has warned that “this is not game over” in the battle between hackers and security agencies.
The ATO has recently detected cases of identity thieves fraudulently obtaining AUSkeys linked to legitimate businesses.