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Technical Guru – Level 2/3 IT Support Technician Do you believe that technology should make life better? Do you have experience in managing technology, cloud environments and websites? Do you want to make a difference to small and medium businesses and not-for-profits? Are you ready for a challenge? For the past 24 years CyberGuru has […]

Log4j: update before it’s too late

Just when you thought 2021 was done throwing curveballs at us, along comes one of the biggest cybersecurity vulnerabilities in recent memory. Log4j is a piece of open-source software, which has been incorporated into many software apps. Recently it was discovered that Log4j could be exploited to bypass the usual authentication processes and give cyber […]

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

CyberGuru would like to wish you, your family and colleagues all of the greetings of the season. Thank you for your support and custom this year. In lieu of paper Christmas cards, we are continuing our longstanding tradition of donating to the St Vincent de Paul Christmas Appeal. We hope you have a peace-filled season […]

How do you find the right software that will work for you?

How do you find the right software that will work for you?

We’ve all been there. You’ve seen something online that looks amazing, you buy it and when it finally arrives and you open up box there’s that sense of disappointment. It might look exactly like it did online, it might have a stack of great reviews, but the reality is it isn’t going to do what […]

How collecting data on your employees’ COVID-19 vaccination status could end up in a $10 million dollar fine

How collecting data on your employees’ COVID-19 vaccination status could end up in a $10 million dollar fine

It’s tough for employers at the moment trying to navigate the minefield around whether or not to require mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for their employees. For those who ultimately decide to make the vaccinations mandatory and collect evidence of vaccination status, things just got more complicated. The issue is that in collecting evidence of employees’ and/or […]

CyberGuru finalist in Nudgee 2021 Small Business Awards

CyberGuru finalist in Nudgee 2021 Small Business Awards

CyberGuru is proud to announce we are a finalist in the Nudgee 2021 Small Business Awards, in the Trades and Services category. CyberGuru, based in Brisbane’s northside at Zillmere, has been owned and operated by Chief Guru, Chris Jeffery, for nearly 25 years. CyberGuru’s mission is to empower and educate our clients through the use […]

Seven cyber security tips to protect your organisation from cybercrime and online threats

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. As part of the theme for 2021, we encourage you to your part and be Cyber Smart. At CyberGuru we discuss cyber security every day, and there is always more to learn and discover, and to implement for our clients. Here we share seven tips to protect your organisation […]

Windows 11: should I upgrade?

Windows 11

With Windows 11 being released on 5 October, you may be considering whether to upgrade. Here we discuss the main factors to take into consideration before upgrading. The good Windows 11 is all about improving productivity. It includes a revamped interface and provides some new features including the ability to search through apps and files […]

Cyber crime is an ever-increasing risk to businesses. Is yours vulnerable?

Cyber crime is an ever-increasing risk to businesses big and small. Is yours vulnerable?

Did you know that Queensland accounted for 30% of all cyber crimes reported in the last financial year, the most of any state or territory in Australia? Cyber crime also increased, with report made every eight minutes in Australia, compared to one every 10 minutes previous financial year. Self-reported losses totalled more than $33 billion. […]