Cryptocurrency Crime Means Harsher Time
Using cryptocurrency to commit a crime leads to a harsher sentence, according to a new study by RMIT University researchers.
Women critical to future of Australia’s cyber security: report
A new report by RMIT’s Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) has highlighted the stark underrepresentation of women in the cyber security workforce.
Study calls time on stressful out-of-hours intrusions
A new study confirms that managers contacting remote working employees out of hours is causing extra job stress and calls for policies and laws to protect employees from these increasingly common "out-of-hours intrusions".
Nine in 10 adults have been cyberbullies, study finds
New research led by RMIT University indicates that nine in 10 adults who use social media have committed cyberbullying, flagging a need for more measures to prevent this toxic online behaviour.