With the higher education sector at increased risk of cyber attacks, cybersecurity professionals remain in high demand.
Some of the world's largest tech companies are failing to adequately detect and address online child sexual exploitation, according to a report.
A digital cybersecurity licence is under development for Australian students and teachers.
According to AHISA, harm to young Australians from their exposure to online gambling and gambling advertising has intensified over the last five years.
Around 230 cyberbullying reports were made by children to eSafety during the month of May, 2023.
A new youth activity packet designed to help teach children valuable cybersecurity skills has been launched by KnowBe4.
More than 85,000 private school students and staff in Australia are vulnerable to email-based phishing attacks, according to new analysis.
Reports of cybercrime have increased by 13%, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).
The education sector is built on the foundation of creating opportunities and building knowledge for students of all ages.
ThreatDefence has been working with TAFE NSW and Macquarie University to provide practical cybersecurity training to students.
A proposal to tackle problematic screen and phone use by children has been announced by NSW Opposition Leader Chris Minns.
Using an old URL, some 2022 HSC students were able to obtain unauthorised access to their preliminary 2022 HSC results.
A new national council led by the eSafety Commissioner will focus on combating online harm in Australian schools.
The annual Charles Darwin University IT Code Fair is a four-day event involving a series of challenges and competitions for students.
Increasing cyber attacks on educational institutions have had significant implications for teaching and data protection.