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Cyber Security

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Why You Must Protect Your Business with Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Strategies

Every business is data-driven. As everything goes digital, data is money. Data loss directly translates into revenue, productivity and reputation loss. Data loss can happen due to various reasons such as cyber-attacks, natural disasters, machine malfunction or even human error. No matter what industry you are engaged in, data loss can be bad news for your business.

How to avoid smishing and vishing | Computing Australia

Smishing and Vishing: How To Avoid Them?

You’re enjoying a relaxing Sunday afternoon tea after a long, Anonymous callers ring you up to ask you for mailing addresses and credit card details for gifts of competitions you’ve never heard of before.
This technique is referred to as smishing and vishing. Our cybersecurity team at Perth has created a guide to protect you from the dangerous traps of cyberattacks

Cybersecurity for the hospitality industry | Computing Australia

Why Does the Hospitality Sector Need to Invest in Cybersecurity?

With evolving technologies, hospitality industries are now reliant on the use of internet and electronic devices for the daily functioning of the business. This convenience also comes with vulnerabilities. Being online means, you may be open to cyber-attacks. Our cybersecurity team in Perth has years of experience in helping hospitality businesses stay secure.

Why is cybersecurity important for business | Computing Australia

Why Cyber Security Needs More Focus Than Ever

In recent months we are witnessing a sharp uptick in the number of cybersecurity events all over Australia. In September, this year, Defense Minister Linda Reynolds warned that we are facing a “new normal”, as Australia released its first cybersecurity threat report which indicated 4,500 hacking attempts in a day. While we may have thwarted many hundreds of direct attacks both locally and overseas, we must remain vigilant.