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Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network
Cybercrime is an issue which affects many Australians. As Australia’s reliance on technology grows, the cost and incidence of cybercrime is expected to increase.
The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) is a national policing initiative of the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments. It is a national online system that allows the public to securely report instances of cybercrime. It will also provide advice to help people recognise and avoid common types of cybercrime.
The ACORN provides information on how to recognise and avoid common forms of cybercrime (such as hacking, online scams, online fraud, identity theft and attacks on computer systems) as well as advice for those who have fallen victim. It also makes reporting cybercrime easier and more convenient for all Australians.
The ACORN is a key initiative under the National Plan to Combat Cybercrime, which sets out how Australian agencies are working together to make Australia a harder target for cybercriminals. The ACORN has been designed to make it easier to report cybercrime and help develop a better understanding of the cybercrime affecting Australians. By understanding the enablers of cybercrime, we can make it harder and less rewarding to commit cybercrime.”
Government run website Stay Smart Online provides tips for families and small business with topics like securing your computer, making smart transactions online and keeping kids safe online.
This site provides information on how to recognise, avoid and report scams. This is a government run website and it is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Microsoft provides great tips in their security at home section to help you protect your computer.
The Australian Federal Police provides an overview of high tech crimes, such as computer intrusion and unauthorised modification of data.
For financial tips and safety checks on investment and superannuation proposals please visit the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s MoneySmart website.
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission has an entire section dedicated to fraud, where you will be provided with valuable information and tips on how to avoid identity fraud.
The ACCC regulates and monitors Australian businesses. It provides information about your rights as a consumer and can help with complaints, faulty products, repairs, guarantees and warranties.
Here you will find a list of recent scam alerts from NSW Fair Trading.
You can regularly review your credit file by visiting Equifax.
The ABR enables you to look up Australian businesses to ensure that they are correctly registered. You can also access publicly available information about the business.