We are aware of a spam email that was sent to many Deakin students from Monday 18 September. The email was designed to get students to engage with contract cheating services under the pretext of supporting students with assessment difficulty or needing assistance.
Deakin lecturer and cybersafety researcher Dr Bianca Klettke is an expert in the online space. In this free webinar, she'll share evidence-based advice on how to create safe and positive online experiences for children.
By pretending to be employers or recruiters, scammers try to steal your personal information, financial details or payment or to involve you in criminal activities.
With cyber attacks happening more and more often, it’s more important than ever to have strong passwords protecting your online accounts.
Our range of digital essentials, including free software and printing, will set you up for success in T2. Here's how to get connected and where to go for help!
You may see a pop-up next time you try to use wi-fi on campus – this is due to a recent technical upgrade. Here's what to do to keep using eduroam.
Victoria Police has issued a new warning about current worldwide scams targeting young people – find out how you can protect yourself from cybercriminals.
This Privacy Awareness Week, find out how to better secure your personal information and protect yourself from cybercriminals.
Microsoft Azure's developer tools will help you to create apps, games or websites, and productivity tools like Visio and Microsoft Project will take your work to the next level – here's how to download them for free.
Have you been contacted about a 'discount' or 'extension' on your fees? Don't fall for this scam – please always pay your fees directly to Deakin and never share information with a third party or agent.