Hacking your holiday: how cyber criminals are increasingly targeting the tourism market

SPECIAL FEATURE: A staggering 3.9 billion malicious login attempts occurred during the last year against sites belonging to airlines, cruise lines, hotels, online travel, automotive rental and transport organisations.

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How seriously should Australian SMEs take data protection?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: In the footsteps of Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation, could Australia’s businesses be next in line for heavier data protection regulation? What might this mean for Australian SMEs?

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Can your SIM card be hacked by US and UK spy agencies?

Millions of mobile phone SIM cards may have been compromised by joint NSA/GCHQ hack, Snowden documents reveal.

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Australia implicated in Regin mega cyber-warfare program

Snowden documents suggest Australian Signals Directorate was involved in the creation of super sophisticated cyber-weapons platform, Regin.

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Australia under cyber-attack from foreign powers: security chief

A senior member of the Australian intelligence community, Major General Stephen Day, has claimed that around 80 per cent of malicious cyber-attacks that occur in Australia are sponsored by foreign powers attempting to exploit weaknesses in the country’s security systems.

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