It is hard to take data phishing seriously when the nomenclature is comical – scaling, spear phishing, pharming, whaling… and none of these terms have anything to do with what we understand as fishing with 2 main ingredients, outdoors and wet.
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Toll Holdings has again been struck by a ransomware attack. Earlier this year Russian based hackers annihilated the logistics system that Toll relied upon to deliver services.
When Bill Gates talks, we listen. He is a technological prophet, ultimate data geek and now a full time philanthropist, since he stepped down in his position from the Microsoft board.
Our personal data is already like a carcass at the butcher – chopped up, sold, distributed and cooked.
It is nigh impossible to think of working from home without utilising the many benefits of online, face to face communication for collective and one-on-one meetings (and the odd birthday party celebration).
It wouldn’t quite feel right if the Australian government said, ‘jump’ and nationally we chanted, ‘how high?’, we are not a dictatorship after all.
Adidas, Nike, Telstra, Officeworks and Footlocker are just some of the companies that were frozen by indefinite delivery times of stock to customers by a recent cyber security attack of logistics monolith, Toll Group.
The stage was set in November last year when Disney started heavily promoting the imminent launch of their video streaming service, Disney+.
The countdown is on for this year’s Safer Internet Day, a worldwide event to create positive and safe experiences for everyone using the internet.