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Better Information Security for Accommodation Websites

How Secure Is Your Website?Better Information Security for Accommodation Websites

Australia’s hospitality industry is a perennial target of cybercriminals who will use any means necessary to gain valuable information. Some of their fraudulent activities are spoofing your website and creating fake accommodation deals. These ads often appear to be almost legitimate that the average customer, might not notice the difference between them and your own promotional offers. There are a lot more of these illegal activities that only an IT security consultant company may be able to identify for you.

8 Most Common Types of Cyberattacks You Need to Know

How Much Do Aussie Businesses Know About Cyberattacks?8 Most Common Types of Cyberattacks You Need to Know

Hardly a day goes by without a cyberattack making it to the Australian news. The most recent incident involved Canva, an Australian-founded graphic design website. A hacker group has taken responsibility for the attack that affected as many as 139 million users. While the company is attempting to rectify the situation by working with law enforcement officers, it seems the damage has already been done. Social media users are calling out the company for their too-little-too-late approach.

Beware of This New Recruitment Fraud

Scammers Post Fake Job Ads and Target JobseekersFake Job Ads Target Jobseekers

Scammers are now targeting job seekers in Australia. Users of jobseeking sites like Indeed, Jora and Seek should take precaution. Scammers post fake employment ads on job search sites to steal personal information and money from job seekers. Jobseekers who showed interest in the fake jobs would be asked to transfer money as part of the application process.

 

Protect Yourself Online

02 May 2019 Is World Password Dayfacebook log in with username and password

We celebrate World Password Day every first Thursday of May. This special day aims to remind people to protect themselves online by using strong passwords. Avoid passwords like ‘12345678’ and ‘password’. Secure your social media pages and other online accounts by using passwords that are hard to guess.

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