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|December 2020||Ransomware and Data Leak Sites|
|November 2020||Organised Crime Groups|
|September 2020||State-Sponsored or Nation-State Actors|
|August 2020||The Insider Threat|
|July 2020||Threat Actors|
|June 2020||COVID-19’s impact on Cybercrime and Cybercriminals|
|May 2020||Remote Forensic Investigations|
|April 2020||Cyber security tips when working from home|
|March 2020||Identity Crime|
|February 2020||Cyber Incident Detection|
|January 2020||Recap of changes announced during 2019|
|December 2019||Enfuse Forensic and Cyber Conference 2019|
|November 2019||Communication during an Incident Response|
|October 2019||Cyber Security Awareness|
|September 2019||Dealing with the rise in Ransomware|
|August 2019||NIST and the Cybersecurity Framework|
|July 2019||NZ Cyber Security Strategy 2019|
|June 2019||Computer Crimes and the Law|
|May 2019||Managing Business Email Compromise Risk|
|April 2019||Safety on Social Media|
|March 2019||Free Training Tools|
|February 2019||Password Security|
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