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Who have you been giving your name and number to? A cautionary tale

USA - July 31 2019 Have you inadvertently given the owners of global, searchable databases of phone numbers and associated names access to your entire contact list? We...

Cameron Abbott.

Major privacy and security breaches confirmed this week: Westpac, the ANU and Princess Polly targeted

Australia - June 7 2019 It’s been a chilly start to winter for three Australian organisations, who’ve this week reported major privacy and security breaches...

Cameron Abbott, Rebecca Gill.

Make cryptocurrency by driving a Jag?! Sign us up

USA - May 3 2019 Firstly, no, you don’t have to be an Uber driver driving a Jag to reap the benefit of the car manufacturer’s new innovation. Jaguar Land Rover has...

Cameron Abbott.

Is Microsoft giving us a window to our personal data?

USA - January 14 2019 We often blog on this page about personal information being breached, data being hacked, systems being compromised - and tell cautionary tales of the...

Cameron Abbott.

Emergency warning system hacked

Australia - January 8 2019 A new year, and a new hacking incident - this time, it was the Early Warning Network (EWN) - a text and email service used by councils around...

Rob Pulham, Warwick Andersen.