Local backups are fast, efficient and can be easily accessed whenever required. However, local backups are vulnerable to ransomware, which can potentially spread across your network.
Email scams are not the only form of phishing, are you familiar with the terms “Vishing” and “SmiShing”?
Cybercrime is ever rampant these days and many individuals feel that cybersecurity is not necessary. Meanwhile, every 39 seconds a new cyberattack happens.
Most of us don’t think twice about scanning a new QR code, but just like clicking an unknown link, QR codes can carry suspicious activity or malware that can infiltrate your device.
Most of us know what phishing is. But are you familiar with the terms “spear-phishing” and “whaling”?
We all know how important it is to have a strong and unique password for different devices and apps, but how do we manage all of them?
Credit card fraud has increased by 71% over the past decade with financial losses averaging around $800 million in 2019 alone.
With more shoppers browsing and making transactions online, we will most definitely see an increase in online scams and phishing attacks.
The popular video-sharing social media platform TikTok has become increasingly more popular especially amongst the younger generation. While the app is used to create funny and informative short videos mostly for enjoyment purposes, it tends to collect a lot more data on its users than other apps.
Do you use SMS messaging to share corporate data or private information? You might want to find a more secure messaging platform that has end-to-end encryption.
Phishing emails are becoming more common and more sophisticated. You might have some phishing emails in your inbox right now and you may not be able to tell.
It all starts with your home wireless network. These days, it isn’t just connected to our computers and phones, but things such as Google Home devices, video game consoles, printers, security cameras, smart watches, and even your lights.
As kids around the world slowly ease back into school, education systems find themselves dealing with new challenges, especially in relation to online learning.
The Dark Web is essentially the world wide web that exists on darknets. This ‘underground’ web is often where illegal activity takes place such as illegal trade, media, forums, terrorism, child pornography etc.