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Keeping Your Children Safe Online These Holidays

According to a recent study, children and teens spend an average of 6-8 hours a day surfing, streaming and playing online games. During the summer break, when they have unprecedented access to the online world, the number of hours is expected to increase at least 20{1f125d81ae85bed3a151f062ab6e4c3e063cc58f373c23f561306ad2b03a9be2}.

Cyber Security – Keeping Your Data Safe From Hackers

According to the latest study released by the United Nations, more than 75{1f125d81ae85bed3a151f062ab6e4c3e063cc58f373c23f561306ad2b03a9be2} of Australia’s population is considered an active online user. The report also found that 47.1{1f125d81ae85bed3a151f062ab6e4c3e063cc58f373c23f561306ad2b03a9be2} of the global population is now online, an increase by almost 5{1f125d81ae85bed3a151f062ab6e4c3e063cc58f373c23f561306ad2b03a9be2} of last year’s figures...

‘No Click’ Viruses Holding Computers to Ransom 

As we are becoming more and more cautious about Ransomware infections, attackers are developing smarter techniques to attack computer systems. According to reports issued by security firms, the number of malicious viruses has increased exponentially since the beginning of the year.