A new report has confirmed that the education sector is particularly vulnerable to ransomware attacks.
The NSW Department of Education has been a victim of a cybersecurity attack.
New research shows that around one-third of Australian parents are concerned about their teens' use of social media.
The AHISA has welcomed the Australian Government's response to the Protecting the Age of Innocence report.
South Metropolitan TAFE is partnering with Fortinet in Australia to offer students hands-on and real-life cybersecurity skills.
The Cyber Safety Project wants young digital citizens to protect their personal information online.
Provision of a safe online environment is a top priority for schools, educators, admins and parents.
Cybersecurity is on the radar for today's — and tomorrow's — jobseekers.
Child cyber-safety specialist SafeToNet has acquired 77 German mobile phone stores in a bid to pre-load or bundle its online safety software.
Assistant Minister for Defence Andrew Hastie has issued a timely warning to parents, urging vigilance while shopping online for back-to-school supplies.
A survey shows Australians aged 10 to 17 found news stories covered in 2020 made them feel worse than the year before.
As students transition from primary to secondary school, it's time for a final word about living, learning and playing safely online.
Australian tech services provider Data#3 has announced a partnership with Gaggle, a US-based provider of student safety and wellbeing solutions.
The NSW Government is providing parents of primary school students with the option of online enrolment, kicking off a broader digitisation program.
A new project to enhance the cybersecurity of Australia's universities is underway.