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Jacqueline Jayne

Security Awareness Advocate

Jacqueline Jayne (JJ) currently serves as a Security Awareness Advocate for the APAC region for KnowBe4. She has mastered the art of communication and influence with 25+ years of experience as a conduit between people and technology. Previously, JJ led a successful cybersecurity education and awareness program that changed behavior and created a security culture.
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New ASD Cyber Threats Report Shows A Cybercrime Incident Is Reported in Australia Every Six Minutes

The annual Cyber Threat Report by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) was released this week, containing insights that every Australian business and citizen should read. The ASD ...
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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] Password Security: Do Not Get Bit by Count Hackula

Our login credentials of a username and password are sometimes all that stands between our personal identifiable information and cybercriminals. Count Hackula could be waiting in the ...
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Australians Reporting Alarming Number of Losses to Vishing and Smishing Scams

We know that scam calls (aka vishing) and scam SMSs (aka smishing) are out of control, and for most unaware Australians, they continue to cause pain and suffering. According to the ...
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Australia’s National Anti-Scam Centre: Prevention Is Better Than the Cure

Australia officially launched their National Anti-Scam Centre this week. With more than AUD $3.1 billion lost each year, Australians need support.
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Cyber Insurance: Is Paying a Ransom Counter-Productive?

Food for thought as discussed on May 18, 2023, an article posted in The Australian Insurance Council: Banning paying a ransom to cyber hackers is counter-productive where Andrew Hall, the ...
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2022 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Scams

In years gone by, Black Friday was a 24-hour rush to the shops (you remember those places with actual people and merchandise that you could touch) where there was a set time for you to ...
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What Happens to an Organisation When It Has No Security Culture?

Let’s begin by looking at what culture is and why it matters. Culture is tacit and elusive in its very nature. It is often unspoken, based on behaviours, hidden in the thoughts and minds ...
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Ransomware Takes its Toll

Ransomware is defined as vicious malware that locks users out of their devices or blocks access to files until a sum of money or ransom is paid. Ransomware attacks cause downtime, data ...
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Are You Expecting a Special Invitation?

According to MailGuard, a few days ago an email from our Prime Minister Scott Morrison started to do the rounds.
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