Category Archives: Cyber Security

Advice for online safety settings and security

iCloud Celebrity Photo Hack, Who’s Fault Is It? What Should You Do?

iCloud Celebrity Photo Hack, Who’s Fault Is It? What Should You Do?

  100 Female Celebrities had their intimate photos stolen from their iCloud accounts this last week. These photos were then put up on a forum called 4Chan for all the world to see. There are now many questions from Apple users about the safety of iCloud, and a lot of concern around whether it’s safe to… Continue Reading

Do Parents Need Cyber Safety Education?

Do Parents Need Cyber Safety Education?

Try This Quick Quiz! Which are the MOST popular apps used for cyber bullying and by predators  What is the most popular way to cyber bully? What education have you given your children to help PREVENT cyber bullying? What steps should you take if your child has been bullied online? Why is hiding your friends list on… Continue Reading

Facebook Identity Theft Scam On The Rise!

Facebook Identity Theft Scam On The Rise!

There’s a very nasty scam going around on Facebook that seems to be on the increase! A friend of yours messages/P.M’s  you on Facebook, and after asking after your health starts to talk to you about winning lots of money, $50,000.00, in one example. If you keep chatting with them you could be persuaded to click… Continue Reading

8 Tips To Help Shield Your Child From Online Porn

  A survey from Family Safe Media assessed that the average age that a child first sees porn online is 11years. There haven’t been very many studies done on this subject but other related studies show that with more and more younger children accessing unfiltered internet enabled devices, and the rise of adult pornography available on the… Continue Reading

Preparing For BYOD In Australian Schools 2014

Preparing For BYOD In Australian Schools 2014

  With the end of the year 9 government laptop program last year, Australian high schools are having to implement new computer programs this year, to provide students with portable computers. Most schools are opting for a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scheme, where students are expected to buy their own computer to bring to… Continue Reading