Passwords have become a part of everyday life and it has become a growing problem remembering each different password. That is if you are doing the right thing! Ideally we should all have quite complex passwords (a mix of upper, lowercase letters, numbers and symbols) to protect our personal and business information. Read More
Password strength is determined by a password’s length and its complexity (the unpredictability of it’s characters). The more characters you can use, the better.Read More
Protecting your mobile with a pin, pattern or password. Most people will have a choice of three different ways to protect their phones or tablets. There is some debate as to which is more or less secure, but there is no debate that having any one of them is better than nothing! Read More
In today's world where individuals and companies relying heavily on IT, digital data proves to be one of the critical assets which requires maximum security. As the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve, securing information becomes the top priority for both individuals and organizations.
Recognising that the cyber security of a community is reliant upon every individual within that community having the knowledge of how to best protect themselves online, the globally renowned Edith Cowan University Security Research Institute (ECUSRI), and the Cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo have been collaborating to develop a new cyber security initiative "Cyber Check.Me". Cyber Check.Me initiative is delivered across a range of "Pop Up" locations across the Cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo. In order to view our next Cyber Check.Me event, please visit our events page now.