Internet--Security measures

Report

15 May 2017
219

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) eighth annual report on scam activity highlights the significant harm scams continue to cause to the Australian community. This report explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the community.

Website

15 May 2017
22

During this year’s National Consumer Fraud Week (15 - 19 May), Scamwatch is providing advice to Australians to help them ‘spot social media scams’.

Annual Report

17 Mar 2017
20

After one full year of operations, Digital Rights Watch has released its inaugural annual report.

Article

6 Feb 2017
20

In the recent past phishing was an attempt to reveal personal information; passwords; bank and credit card numbers, usually within spam email that purports to be from a well-known legitimate enterprise. Phishing is rapidly evolving from attempting to just steal information to also be the...

Report

21 Dec 2016
307

Public wi-fi is becoming a key part of Australia’s communication system. However, the convenience and accessibility that make public wi-fi so popular also make it vulnerable to malevolent or illegal activities, particularly targeted at intercepting sensitive or valuable personal information.

Despite its popularity, we...

Report

6 Dec 2016
41

The purpose of this research is to examine the complex interplay on the Internet between the right to freedom of expression (and information), transparency, and the right to privacy, which is further complicated by the competing interests of stateholders including the State, Internet users, ICT...

Journal article

27 Oct 2016
60

The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the Internet's default inter-domain routing protocol that manages connectivity among Autonomous Systems (ASes). Over the past two decades many anomalies of BGP have been identified that threaten its stability and reliability. This paper discusses and classifies these anomalies and...

Report

16 May 2016
120

This report explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the community.

Snapshot of 2015

Overall contact levels and financial losses

In 2015, the ACCC continued to observe a high level of scams activity in Australia,...

Audio interview

21 Apr 2016
58

The Australian Government has admitted for the first time that it has the ability to launch cyber attacks. The statement is in a $230 million Cyber Security Strategy that will be launched by the Prime Minister today, aimed at beefing up the nation's defences against...

Report

29 Feb 2016
121

The consumer IoT issues identified in this research report are derived from three broad consumer-focused use-cases: ‘smart’ homes and appliances (Connected Homes), wearables (activity trackers, smartwatches, implantable devices etc.) and health care (Connected Humans), and smart cities and smart cars (Connected Habitats).

From these...

Discussion paper

13 Dec 2015
11

Seventieth session, agenda item 17

Information and communications technologies for development

The General Assembly adopts the following outcome document of the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on the overall review of the implementation of the outcomes of the World Summit...

Survey

9 Nov 2015
60

Introduction

In 2015, just under half (43%) the world’s population has an Internet connection: 3.2 billion people, compared to 2.9 billion in July 2014.

The Internet brings communications, shopping, entertainment, news, education, work and more to anyone, anytime, anywhere and on any...

Report

1 Nov 2015
63

Executive summary

This report reflects the work of the Freedom Online Coalition’s Working Group 3 “Privacy and Transparency Online”, carried out between August 2014 and May 2015. The Freedom Online Coalition (FOC) is a partnership of 28 governments, working to advance Internet freedom...

Strategy

15 Jun 2015
58

Bridging the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web and the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the British Library encouraged young people to debate the issues of rights and responsibilities in the digital space.

On 15 June 2015, the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta,...

Report

11 Jun 2013
106

This report explains key trends in scam activity in 2012 and highlights the impact of scams on the community.

Snapshot of 2012

Scam reports

In 2012 the ACCC continued to observe a high level of scams activity in Australia, with...

Audio

13 Aug 2012
223

Hacking. We often think of it happening to companies or governments. But it also happens to ordinary people.

Discussion paper

18 Oct 2011
334

This paper seeks to start discussion how government, industry and the community can work together to address the challenges and risks arising from greater digital engagement.

The result of this conversation will be the release of Australia’s first Cyber White Paper in the first...

Report

8 Mar 2010
164

More than 20,000 scam reports were made to the ACCC in 2009, an approximate increase of 16 per cent compared with 2008. This report explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the community. It highlights the cooperative work of...

Briefing paper

6 Mar 2010
381

This paper contends that the hype surrounding the steep rise of social media networking website use has tended to mask the reality of a corresponding growth in online fraud and crime.

New Web 2.0 technologies may enable inventive interactivity online, but they also foster...

Website

1 Jan 2010
876

This site concerns the intersection of law, digital technology, business and society in Australia and beyond.

It includes over 1,820 pages (2.38 million words) about regulatory issues, markets, demographics, business models, social trends and technologies.

The site provides in-depth independent analysis that ranges...

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