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How to Create Better Passwords

How to Create Better Passwords

One of the best action points to help you stay safe online is to use secure passwords for website or service you that need to login to.   Now the problem with this is firstly how you could possibly remember all these more complex, secure passwords.   Well that part is easily done using a good password manager (like the[Read More…]

Ransomware – Don’t Pay the Ransom!

Ransomware – Don’t Pay the Ransom!

No doubt you’ve been seeing, hearing or reading about it in the news.  The ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack has caused the shutdown of hundreds and thousands of computer systems from around the world,  but what was the impact on Australia and how can you stay safe from this kind of threat? Yesterday I spoke with Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia – Listen[Read More…]

Talking Home Network Security with Trend Micro

Talking Home Network Security with Trend Micro

The world of Internet Security is constantly changing with new threats to our connected devices emerging daily.   My go-to for the latest happenings on this topic is Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia. Ealier this week I spoke to Tim about Trend Micro’s Home Network Security ‘black box’ product, the latest cyber security trends and what parents should be[Read More…]

Kids cash in on Internet Safety with Trend Micro

Kids cash in on Internet Safety with Trend Micro

  What does the Internet mean to you? That was the theme of the recent kids poster competition run by internet security company Trend Micro late last year.   I recently spoke to one of the 3 winners, Bianca about her entry “The Good, the Bad & the Ugle of the Internet”.  Listen below.   You can view some of[Read More…]

Security for all your connected devices at home

Security for all your connected devices at home

You can now add an extra layer of protection to every connected device in your home, thanks to a clever little black box that hit the market last week. It’s called Trend Micro Home Security and it simply plugs into your home wireless router to protect smart devices like TVs, games consoles, tablets and phones from online threats. Another key[Read More…]