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‘Pure cyber crime’ set to rise as a third of Australians report attacks. Here’s how to protect yourself and your firm

Today, Flinders University released a report showing “A third of Australians have been the targets of cyber crime” at least once in their lives.” The study polled approximately 12,000 Australians, and found that roughly 2.8 million Australians had been impacted by this type of attack within the past year, and [...]

‘Pure cyber crime’ set to rise as a third of Australians report attacks. Here’s how to protect yourself and your firm2021-07-22T15:52:50+10:00

Why every business has a responsibility to take cybercrime seriously

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is responsible for strengthening Australians cyber resilience and building awareness in both the business and consumer sectors.  This group manages “ReportCyber”, a government initiative which facilitates the reporting of cybercrime incidents and scams against Australians. Up until June 2020, the group saw over 57,000 [...]

Why every business has a responsibility to take cybercrime seriously2021-02-17T14:57:05+10:00

Tom Panos, leading real estate influencer partners with Securexchange

Today, Securexchange is proud to announce that leading real estate influencer Tom Panos is the new ambassador of Securexchange. Panos, who is Australasia’s number one real estate coach and trainer, opened his own real estate office at 22 years of age and has been immersed in the industry for over [...]

Tom Panos, leading real estate influencer partners with Securexchange2021-02-09T08:24:15+10:00

Lee Bailie talks to AusBiz about protecting agencies from hacking

Real Estate Agents are seeing more fraud in their businesses. Lee Bailie, Head of Securexchange spoke with AusBiz about protecting agencies from hacking. Securexchange is a complimentary workspace that ensures you can electronically sign and exchange contracts and securely share confidential details. Register for your complimentary account.

Lee Bailie talks to AusBiz about protecting agencies from hacking2020-12-11T11:41:20+10:00

The right technology can protect a property deal

Email scams cost Australians millions of dollars a year. Recently, Jane Fleming paid an invoice for $51,000, only to find her money had gone into a scammer's account. Unfortunately, for the property industry, cybercrime is reported every ten minutes in Australia, which means property funds have the attention of scammers. [...]

The right technology can protect a property deal2020-12-07T08:50:10+10:00

Lee Bailie talks to Ticker TV about Cybercrime

Cyber crime and hacking is on the rise and the property industry is at particular risk because of the large amounts of funds being transferred. Our very own Lee Bailie, Head of Securexchange spoke to Ticker TV about developing the innovative, secure technology that is supporting lawyers, conveyancers, real estate [...]

Lee Bailie talks to Ticker TV about Cybercrime2020-12-11T11:30:08+10:00

Fighting real estate cybercrime: Know the risks and stay alert

Unsuspecting real estate agents are being tricked into redirecting funds and disclosing sensitive private information with an increasing number of cyberattacks on the Australian property industry. However, businesses can make it harder for these faceless criminals to operate by being educated, investing in secure systems and most importantly staying alert, [...]

Fighting real estate cybercrime: Know the risks and stay alert2020-12-04T09:58:49+10:00

Real Estate activity is rising, how is your firm keeping up?

Recent adjustments to stamp duty across NSW and Victoria aim to kickstart the economy and Real Estate Agents, property lawyers and conveyancers will benefit. In Victoria, stamp duty will be slashed up to 50%, but this will only apply to newly built homes up to the value of $1 million [...]

Real Estate activity is rising, how is your firm keeping up?2020-12-02T15:44:29+10:00

Hackers withdraw threat on legal services firm

Written by Reporter, Ronald Mizen Hackers behind a ransomware attack on legal services firm Law In Order have withdrawn their public threat to release allegedly stolen data, as the company refused to say whether it paid a ransom. The move comes as property developer Central Equity joins a growing list [...]

Hackers withdraw threat on legal services firm2020-12-04T09:59:38+10:00