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TOO SMART TO BE SCAMMED
 
Do you know how secure your data is? Discover how vulnerable you are to cyber crime and get some tips on how to protect your online presence.
 
Take our security quiz to find out. 
Which of the below identifies as a potential scam?
You receive an email sent by a colleague from their personal email address with a birthday card attachment
An email asking you to go to a website for a free computer scan
You’ve received an email from your bank with a link to your online banking. Requesting for you to login to your account or it will be frozen
You received an email from your internal IT team stating your computer has been infected and you need to download antivirus software immediately
All the above
If you receive an email from an email address you don’t recognise or the email content is a surprise, this maybe a scam. Between 2017-2018, email was one of the top targets for cyber criminals along with social networks and website advertising.
Which of the below is not a type of malware?
Trojans and backdoors
Ransomware
Keyloggers
Phishing attack
Viruses and worms
There are a variety of malicious programs designed to disrupt your computer permitting the attacker with full access to your sensitive and confidential information. These are just a few of many malware types to be aware of.  
You receive an email about your electricity bill registered to your personal email account on your corporate email account? What do you do?
Click on the link "Pay my Bill"
Delete the email
Forward it your personal email and pay it later
Ignore it
If an email seems suspicious, it probably is. Don't take the risk. Follow these simple steps:
 
1. Notify the person or business of the fake email, sending a screenshot can help.
2. Report the email to your IT department
3. Delete the email from your account, including your deleted items
4. Download a spam filter on your computer to block future emails from reaching you
 
A scammer has called you posing as a technical support manager from a large telecommunications company. They have informed you your Internet connection is experiencing issues and they need access to ‘fix’ the issue. What is this practice called?
Remote Access Scam
Hacking
Identity Theft
Overpayment Scam
In 2019, remote access scams have seen Australian businesses and individuals lose a total of $2,305,998 within 7 months, that's 4,641 reported scams. Don’t be fooled into giving remote access to anyone over the phone, if you are contacted and unsure – hang up.
 
 
To avoid future scams, list your number on the Australian Government’s Do Not Call Register
How often should you change your passwords?
Once a month
Every 3 months
Everyday
Once a year
Passwords are the locks on your front door. Ensure you have strong passwords that consist of at least one uppercase, lowercase, symbol and number. Two factor authentications are that extra layer of defence to the authentication process, making it harder for attackers to access your devices and accounts.
You receive a text from your bank notifying you of fraudulent activity. Would you click the link?
I think so
I don't think so
Text messages are a common tactic for scammers and known as SMS Phishing. Watch out for these signs:
  • Sender is claiming to be from a legitimate company
  • Create a sense of urgency
  • Often include no contact details
  • Contain links to fake websites

It is important to remember to never respond or enter your bank details after clicking on a link in a text message.

What is the first thing you do if you’ve provided your credit card details to a phishing site?
Click the browser back button
Contact your financial institution immediately
Report the scam to the police
Open another tab and log into your online banking and block your credit card
If you have fallen victim to a phishing scheme, just know you’re not alone. In June 2019, ACCC (Australian Competition & Consumer Commission) had received 1,577 phishing reports with a total loss of $101,257 via mobile (40%) and email (37%).
You receive an email from your streaming provider, do you click the link?
I don't think so
I think so
Check out the clues for spotting a fake email.
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