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Cryptographic algorithms have been in a constant arms race with systems seeking to crack them. Yuri Samoilov/Flickr

Encryption today: how safe is it really?

Encryption has come a long way since the days of Sparta and Rome, but it's still not 100% secure.
Binary systems are not enough if you want to improve security. Flickr/Ivan Plata

Beating cyber criminals with quantum solutions

As hackers get more sophisticated in their cyber crime efforts we need to look to new technology to make our systems more secure, and potentially unhackable. So how can quantum physics help?
We need to take charge and teach ourselves a bit about the internet in order to stay safe online. gail/Flickr

We need to take responsibility for our own safety online

There is only so much government and business can do to keep us safe online. Ultimately we need to take personal responsibility for how we use the internet.
The supply side of information security professionals is not keeping up with the demand. Image sourced from Shutterstock.com

Cyber security winners will be those that nurture talent

As the US and UK look to the opportunities presented by cybersecurity, Australia is still dealing with a critical skills shortage.
If you’ve been hacked or had your identity stolen, time is of the essence when it comes to minimising the damage. Image sourced from Shutterstock.com

The first 72 hours are critical for hacking victims

Preventing and responding to the hacking epidemic is not a problem for one group or organisation to solve. And what happens in the first 72 hours can make all the difference.
These days anyone can download the tools used for cyber crime. Ivan David Gomez Arce/Flickr

Hackers’ kit bag: the tools that terrorise the internet

Hacking is a state of mind. Traditionally, hackers like to discover, understand and share the secrets they expose. They like to laugh at the dumb things they find. They’re not necessarily in it for the…

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