How to protect yourself from cybercrime

What is cybercrime?
Basically, it is identity theft, online scams, cyberbullying and financial fraud, committed via computers or other digital devices.

Who does it relate to?
These numbers tell the story. Maybe you are less exposed if you live in a cave, off the grid in the middle of Australia with no phone and internet. But even then, you have some details recorded on the internet like your Tax File Number, and registered address for your cave…

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Even if you take out cyber insurance, what are your responsibilities?

Don’t re-use passwords or share passwords. Make sure to use multi-factor authorisation, like when you get a verification code as an SMS. Aside from that, generally, be vigilant, ensure you’ve installed good anti-virus software on your devices and don’t open links you’re unsure of. We can all do more, but this is a good start.

If You’re Reading This Article And You’ve Never Thought About Protecting Yourself, Your Family Or Your Business Against Cyber Offences, ​

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