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Connexus : Issue 42
director at data security frm, Sophos. "If you're chased by a bear, then you need to be faster than the guy next to you, so every extra layer of security counts,” he says. "Australia is doing well economically, which attracts cybercriminals. Banks have tightened their security, so the next target will be mutuals. Mutuals have to be running faster than the bear, then the cyber criminals will move on to South America or another country," Forsyth says. Cynthia Karena is a freelance writer. In practice Teachers Mutual Bank Providing information for members and encouraging them to take action is an important part of any security strategy. It’s the best way to fght cybercrime, says Teachers Mutual Bank fraud and security manager Con Nikolaou. "We keep security messages simple for people to understand," he says. Security information on the website includes a list of do's and don'ts, security updates, links to diferent government departments, advice about security sofware, and how to report a suspected hoax. “We also have tips for members to help them protect their mobile phone. When members log in to a banking application, we display security advice.” On the front page of the Bank's website, Nikolaou posts fraud alerts and security under 'Latest news', with links to the standard security information pages. www.abacus.org.au 37