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8 Best Tips to Boost Macbook's Cybersecurity
2 December 2020
8 Best Tips to Boost Macbook's Cybersecurity

Despite its reliability, Macbooks are still prone to potential cybersecurity threats. You may read a lof of articles about how Mac users do not have to worry about viruses or malware, but the reality is quite different.
Negligence may lead you to issues worse than a drop in computer performance. Personal data exposure is also a possibility if you have to deal with a particularly malicious type of malware. read more...

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The Most Popular Password of 2020 in America is a Curse Word
22 November 2020
The Most Popular Password of 2020 in America is a Curse Word

Passwords are an indispensable component of security hygiene of a large majority of Americans, that have their concrete password practices and habits.

According to security.org statistical survey, the unprecedented period of COVID-19 and the elections 2020 of the American President are the most popular themes and are one of the most frequent password options of an average American. Additionally, people might use their birth year, pet's name, last name, and completely neglect their overall security.

Surprisingly, the most popular US password in 2020 is ... read more...

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10 Solutions to Prevent Ransomware Attacks from Fraudsters
20 November 2020
10 Solutions to Prevent Ransomware Attacks from Fraudsters

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that digital adoption increases digital risk.
Ransomware is a very common security threat distributed by criminal-minded cyber offenders through phishing emails or online downloads that usually have malicious code. As soon as the infection begins, the legitimate owners lost access to their sensitive data. Your access will be renewed only if you pay a fee. read more...

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7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home
19 November 2020
7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home

Working from home can be a welcome change from the traditional office setting, however, telecommuting can also present some security challenges for users working from home as well as security administrators trying to protect their users' mobile devices and the networks they connect to.
Not every telecommuter is going to work for a company that has an IT shop with the resources to provide enterprise-grade telecommuting security. For smaller companies, this shifts some of the security burden to the off-site users. read more...

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Top 2021 Cyber Threats To Look For
17 November 2020
Top 2021 Cyber Threats To Look For

The year 2020 will forever remain branded in our minds not only because of the COVID-19 pandemic but also because of the aftermath of this crisis. One of the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis is the rise in cybercrime.
The question right now is how to update cybersecurity toolkit to be able to handle the emerging cyber threats. The best way to stay ahead of security breaches is knowledge. read more...

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8 Ways How to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Attacks
16 November 2020
8 Ways How to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks were increased by 41% last year,and this figure is expected to increase in future. The ransomware kits are easily available on the dark web .
The best way to reduce the risk of ransomware attacks is to stop it before it infects our devices and systems. Adopting a proactive approach is still the best defense. Since we can't predict what future holds for us, all we can do is protect ourselves by ensuring safe surfing practices. read more...

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8 Ways to Stay Safe on Public and Guest Wi-Fi
10 November 2020
8 Ways to Stay Safe on Public and Guest Wi-Fi

With technology – smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. – being used more and more worldwide, it’s no wonder there are many more public and guest Wi-Fi hotspots than in previous years. But, with more convenient Wi-Fi hotspots comes possible security risks, where personal information can... read more...

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7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security
5 November 2020
7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security

Bad habits, everybody has them. Whether it’s convenience, laziness, security fatigue or just apathy, we all develop bad computing habits over the years, which could be detrimental to our security posture.

Here are 7 of the most common security-related bad habits that can be the most harmful to your overall security: read more...

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Cyberwarfare Is Being Waged on the Internet - Is Your PC Prepared for Battle?
4 November 2020
Cyberwarfare Is Being Waged on the Internet - Is Your PC Prepared for Battle?

The moment you connected your computer to the Internet, you placed it on the 'cyber' battlefield. You might not want to fight in a cyber war, you probably just want to browse the web and check Facebook in peace, but simply by connecting your computer to the Internet, you have placed it, and everything on it, 'in harm's way'.

Would you send a soldier off to battle without body armor? No, so don't send your computer out into the fray unprotected. The enemy doesn't care what country you claim as your own, they don't care that behind the screen is a 65 year-old grandmother who loves to knit sweaters and watch funny cat videos.

So ask yourself the question: Is my computer ready for battle? read more...

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5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target
21 October 2020
5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target

Hackers seem to be everywhere these days, on the news, in the movies. You can’t turn around without seeing a news story about a major data breach or massive hacking attack that took down a huge company’s online operations.

So the question is, what can you do to make your computer a less attractive target to a hacker. read more...

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