Figures released recently reveal that 25% of young people are contacted online by someone they don’t know. The Federal Government’s Office of the eSafety Commissioner asserts that being contacted by someone they’re not familiar with is the leading negative experience young people face (25% of respondents). Being left out by others (21%), teasing and name calling (19%) and repeatedly receiving unwanted messages from someone (13%) all follow respectively.
Australia’s Office of the eSafety Commissioner has launched a new video game which students are actually encouraged to play at school.
The Lost Summer is specially designed for students to play in the classroom to encourage digital intelligence and online safety skills.
In the first full quarter of Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme, the Education sector ranked fourth in the number of data breach notifications.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) received 242 notifications under the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in the period 1 April to 30 June 2018.
The Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) is using July as Innovation Month to highlight examples of innovation in the Australian Public Service (APS) that have real and measurable impacts.
According to the Department, a good example is the effort to counter cyberbullying in the general population evidenced by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
If you find it difficult to manage internet bandwidth and cost in your home or business, you’re not alone.
The ever-increasing integration of new technologies into existing business environments is increasing the demand on existing systems in terms of both delivery (speed) and reliability (crash prevention).
Sounding like something out of the Oceans 11 movie franchise, a fish tank was used to hack into a casino and steal data.
In 2017 it was reported that an unnamed North American casino had a fish tank on its premises. Attached to the tank were sensors to monitor temperature, cleanliness and food levels.
Apple has announced a ‘management tool’ which it hopes will help customers take control of the time they spend on their iPhones or iPads. iOS 12 comes with Screen Time, a new feature which Apple says empowers customers with insight into how they are spending time with apps and websites.
Ask any young person if they’ve heard of Fortnite and most will tell you yes. Some will demonstrate dance moves from the popular game, such as The Floss and The Wiggle. Others won’t even look up at you while engrossed in actually playing Fortnite, or watching those who are via a livestream.
Schools across Australia are increasingly turning to social media and online surveillance technology to combat threats to student welfare, such as cyberbullying.