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Media release - launch of .auCheck
5 April - Today, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), in collaboration with the .au Domain Administration (auDA), is launching …
Australia’s cyber threat landscape
Intro Annually, the Australian Cyber Security Centre produces a cyber threat report. With contributions from DIO, ACIC, AFP, ASIO, the …
Who are your service providers?
The Telecommunication Act 1997 describes two types of service providers: telecommunication carriers and carriage service providers. Carriers are those companies …
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ACSC Alert Service
Do you want to receive an alert when the ACSC notices a cybersecurity issue that needs immediate attention?

Subscribe to the ACSC Alert Service.

It provides regular updates and warnings about threats to Australia-based internet users at home, at work and on mobile devices.

The ACSC Alert Service is part of the Australian Government's Stay Smart Online program. Additional instruction videos can be watched too on this Youtube channel.

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HaveIbeenPwned
Do you want to know if personal details such as your email account and/or passwords have been exposed in a data breach?

Then check https://haveibeenpwned.com to look up your details in the database.

Just enter your email address and it will show you if your email has appeared in any of the world's known data breaches. You can subscribe to notifications of future data breaches too.

Have I Been Pwned started in 2013 as a private initiative of Troy Hunt.

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ScamWatch
Do you want to identify and protect against scams?

Then visit Scamwatch to subscribe to alerts and report scams yourself. Scams are typically used to extract personal information to discredit your business or to lure you into making (unnecessary) payments.

Scamwatch is a program run by the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission and provides information for consumers as well as small businesses.