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Cybersecurity Education: 5 Essentials Everyone Should Know
13 April 2021
Cybersecurity Education: 5 Essentials Everyone Should Know

Since digitalization becomes a massive part of our life and the process fastens because of pandemic outbreaks in 2020-2021, more and more businesses proceed with remote working. In turn, remote work widens the list of potential risks for employers and requires more cybersecurity.

Being a skilled cybersecurity specialist after getting a quality education in this area, you can earn from USD 80,000 to 160,000 per year (the average salary for a cybersecurity analyst position in the US.) read more...

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Top 4 Cybersecurity Risks in 3D Printing
12 April 2021
Top 4 Cybersecurity Risks in 3D Printing

3D printing has evolved into one of the best technologies of all time. What started out as a hobby has now become one of the efforts to mainstream the manufacturing process.

3D printing is also attracting some cybersecurity nuisances. The following are the critical cybersecurity challenges faced by 3D printing today. read more...

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What's a DDoS Protection?
8 April 2021
What's a DDoS Protection?

The distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) is it’s a type of cyberattack cybercriminals use to force people offline. The main concept of DDoS attack is to flood your IP or your network with tons of unwanted requests and traffic. Tons of mailware-infected compromised devices (botnet) worldwide start sending unwanted traffic to you to make your IP or network unable to process requests. As a result, you and your business may remain offline for a while.

The great news is that all Trust.Zone VPN servers have a reliable protection from DDoS attacks. Trust.Zone has one of the best anti-DDoS solutions on the market. read more...

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Why is it Important to Understand Your Digital Footprint?
23 March 2021
Why is it Important to Understand Your Digital Footprint?

It’s so important to understand your electronic footprints and how it works. Often the third parties or external cookies can approach whatever information you are sharing online. Even if you try searching your name on Google, a list of your data will appear – be it your social media profile, any published article with your name, or posts you have updated online. Know that anyone at any time can check these details, including your family, your friends, or maybe your colleagues. read more...

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Top 8 Cybersecurity Lessons from COVID-19
17 March 2021
Top 8 Cybersecurity Lessons from COVID-19

As more people are online, this is an open door for hackers to find cybersecurity weaknesses and attack them. More people mean more targets, and this is something hackers have done during this pandemic. However, the past year taught us important lessons regarding cybersecurity which we need to pay attention to this year too. read more...

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10 Tips to Improve Your Enterprise Security
10 March 2021
10 Tips to Improve Your Enterprise Security

Security threats have become more sophisticated, thereby heightening potential cyberattacks. And such a cybersecurity breach could harm private data, information assets, employee productivity, user experience and brand reputation.
Without an effective security program, organizations leave their data exposed and vulnerable to the intent of countless numbers of cyber terrorists and organized crime.
Below are tips on how to get it done, making your network less susceptible to vulnerabilities. read more...

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7 Steps to Creating Effective Cybersecurity Policy
9 March 2021
7 Steps to Creating Effective Cybersecurity Policy

No one will forget the major cybersecurity breaches that made international news – the U.S. IRS, Pentagon, and State Department, the retailer Target, and the credit reporting enterprise, Experian. These made international news because of the sheer size of these organizations and the number of people whose personal information was compromised.

No matter what size your business is, you must have strong enterprise cybersecurity systems of course, and, just as important, develop a policy that regulates the behaviors of everyone within the organization as well as any outside individual or organization doing business with your organization. read more...

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Why Cyber Security in Universities Is More Important Now Than Ever
26 February 2021
Why Cyber Security in Universities Is More Important Now Than Ever

Higher learning institutions operate on budgets that are not always as high as they would like, so tech is often neglected in favor of other investments. This leaves them open to cyberattacks that not only cause financial distress but also harm their reputation.

University staff can prevent or minimize these attacks in these ways read more...

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7 Tips To Avoid Online Scams
15 February 2021
7 Tips To Avoid Online Scams

Online scams are more common than you might think. Just because you are aware of the potential threats and have taken the necessary measures, it does not mean that other people have done the same.
No, there are plenty of individuals who end up making poor decisions and suffer for it by having their personal data exposed. More people should pay attention to their activities online. Hopefully, the tips mentioned below should help prevent scams online. read more...

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5 Most Effective Tips To Protect Your MacBook From Hackers
8 February 2021
5 Most Effective Tips To Protect Your MacBook From Hackers

One of the most incredible things about MacBooks is its unique security system. We want to talk about the security system itself, which takes care of the entire system and keeps all the devices attached to your MacBook save.

Here are the 5 most effective tips to protect your MacBook from hackers read more...

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