The results from the 2018 Norton LifeLock Cyber Safety have revealed some startlingly sober stats that Australians shouldn't ignore, given the money lost and time wasted in trying to recover from the very real threat of cyber crime.
The Australian Federal Police is undertaking a roadshow of its cyber safety programme, ThinkUKnow, in NSW and Victoria aimed at educating communities about how to keep young people safe in online environments.
Parents are undoubtedly concerned about their children accessing adult content on the Internet. But, the difficulties of preventing that happening are highlighted by research that reveals than half — 56% — of Australian parents have no online parental controls in place, and more than a quarter have no idea how to protect their children on their digital devices.
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