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What's a DDoS Protection?
21 February 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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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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5 Tips To Kick Hackers Out And Keep Them Out
3 February 2021
5 Tips To Kick Hackers Out And Keep Them Out

If you have an email account, use Facebook, Twitter, download iTunes, or do anything on a computer that is connected to the Internet, you too could be hacked.
Here are things you should do if someone has stolen account information, or you receive a warning notice an account has been hacked. Even if you have not been hacked, many of these steps can help protect you in the future. read more...

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8 Best Practices for BYOD Security
10 January 2021
8 Best Practices for BYOD Security

A BYOD (Bring your own device) policy provides both opportunities and challenges for the business organization. But by following the right practices, organizations can leverage the advantages and make BYOD a valuable part of their company.

In this guide, let's take a look at some of the challenges faced by BYOD-following companies and ways to mitigate the effect. read more...

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5 Tips to Secure Your Computer
1 January 2021
5 Tips to Secure Your Computer

Concerned about website security? Do you think that your computer is susceptible to attacks by viruses, worms, and hackers? You can never be certain that your computer is 100% safe and secure. read more...

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How to Protect Your Online Business from Scam
28 December 2020
How to Protect Your Online Business from Scam

The susceptibility of online businesses to eCommerce scams is an unfortunate part of running the business.

The use of tools like VPN and ReCAPTCHA can help to secure user privacy and log in. Stay conversant with cyber hacking best practices and do all you can to prevent it from happening and minimizing the impact in case it does. read more...

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VPN vs HTTPS: Why You Should Use Both
24 December 2020
VPN vs HTTPS: Why You Should Use Both

HTTPS is more than just the lock icon in the address bar. It is an encrypted website connection and the 'S' stands for 'secure.' It is because of HTTPS, that hackers aren't able to eavesdrop on your WiFi networks.

As a matter of fact, HTTPS is NOT enough to complete online security. Yes, it secures your browser traffic and prevents hackers from eavesdropping. But, hackers are also getting smarter every day. You need a stronger encryption technology such as VPN to deal with the cyber attacks read more...

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5 Network Security Tips for Business Travelers
19 December 2020
5 Network Security Tips for Business Travelers

Business travelers are prime targets for thieves and scammers looking to steal their computers and the valuable information they may contain.

Before you go on your next business trip, follow these security tips to help keep your computer and its contents safe from harm: install all security patches for your OS, use a VPN on unsecured free Wi-Fi hotspots, encrypt your hard drive and LoJack your laptop read more...

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5 Cybersecurity Mistakes Remote Workers Should Avoid
18 December 2020
5 Cybersecurity Mistakes Remote Workers Should Avoid

When it comes to cybersecurity, both expert and novice remote workers must keep their devices safe from malware, phishing, ransomware and etc. Nowadays, cybercriminals are noticing and taking advantage of this massive shift in remote work. Therefore, you must continue to remain vigilant and adapt to good cybersecurity habits.

Make it your job to ensure that your computer and phone are as secure as possible, and that you follow your company’s cybersecurity guidelines. Here are 5 common cybersecurity mistakes to avoid: read more...

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