The security of your data and accounts is always a priority for us, but in response to the recent Optus data breach we want to let you know we’ve taken additional steps to keep you and your accounts safe.
It’s that time of the year where many of us are getting ready to lodge our tax returns (if we haven’t done so already). During this time, it’s very important to keep an eye out for tax scams. Tax time could really be taxing if you give out personal details to scammers impersonating the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
If an investment opportunity looks too good to be true, it probably is. Common investment scams may include lucrative investment opportunities such as shares and stock, bonds, cryptocurrencies, foreign currency trading or property projects.
Scammers may use various techniques to access your devices. These may include asking for access to their device or to download an app that grants the scammer control of the device or can be used to observe keystrokes to obtain passwords.