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Home Internet Routers Targeted

Home Internet Routers Targeted

As homes become ‘smarter’ with more connected devices, cybercriminals are now looking to use these devices to infiltrate home networks . The weak spot in many cases is the network router which has become a prime target for attacks.  I recently spoke to Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia about this and he offers up some great tips to ensure[Read More…]

Internet Safety Competition for Kids with $$ prizes

Internet Safety Competition for Kids with $$ prizes

This Thursday Internet security company Trend Micro will launch its annual What’s your story poster competition for kids.    What’s it all about?   Listen below to my interview with Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia for all the details of the competition that launches on Thursday September 7. For full details visit https://whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com.au/ from September 7.

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…]

Australia revealed as Top 10 Ransomware Target

Australia revealed as Top 10 Ransomware Target

Trend Micro’s Internet security roundup report for the first half of this year has revealed that that Ransomware continues to be a growing threat to Australia.   Yesterday I spoke to Tim Falinski about the latest report that focuses on the ransomware threat.   We also talk about the new ‘What’s your story‘ poster competition for kids that has a prize pool[Read More…]

More Aussies falling victim to Ransomware

More Aussies falling victim to Ransomware

Across the globe computers are being held hostage with cyber-criminals demanding cash for data release.  Yes, Ransomware is very real, people are losing data and Money as a result. I recently spoke with Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia about just how serious a threat Ransomware has become for Australia – Listen below.