There’s no way to cover every aspect of cybersecurity in a single article—which is why companies hire professionals and staff highly-skilled IT departments—but there are a few very basic rules and resources that every business can put into practice.
A hacking event disrupted “business as usual” for Britain’s Parliament. The event has been blamed on “state-sponsored” foreign operatives, something that has become an all too commonplace event.
You’ve probably seen some pretty interesting posts going around on social media. Bill Gates is giving $10,000 to everyone who shares his post! Here’s how to keep Facebook from using your photographs! Hint: it involves sharing that post…see a pattern here?
June is the start of summer and also Internet Safety Month!
If you’ve had any experience with computers and hardware, then you’ve probably also encountered concerns about cybersecurity. Whether your gadgets are for business or personal use, data breaches, hacking, viruses, and malware can all cause serious problems, no matter what you do with your technology.
After reporting on the Judy Malware earlier this month, researchers have now uncovered another malicious software hiding in plain sight, tucked inside a popular game.
Smartphone and mobile device users have long been warned about the content they download, namely about where they’re getting it from.