'Password1 does not cut it': Parents urged to get smart about cyber security

By James Massola
Updated October 10 2017 - 3:08pm, first published 3:05pm
Dan Tehan minister for Vetrans' Affairs during a press conference with Ken Foster National President of the Vietnam Vetrans Association at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 17 August 2016. Photo: Andrew Meares
Dan Tehan minister for Vetrans' Affairs during a press conference with Ken Foster National President of the Vietnam Vetrans Association at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 17 August 2016. Photo: Andrew Meares

The number of cyber attacks targeting mum and dads as well as businesses is booming, with Australians falling for online scams, email phishing, identity theft and credit card fraud in growing numbers.

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