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Why Your Employees Struggle with Secure Password Management
3 October 2021
Why Your Employees Struggle with Secure Password Management

According to a recently published 2021 cyber security report, cybercrime went up by 600% during the Coronavirus pandemic. Over the past year alone, more than 500,000 stolen Zoom passwords were posted for sale on dark web forums.
Passwords are one of the most basic and familiar forms of data protection. Yet poor password practices are often the reason behind the billions of breaches and malicious cyber attacks that happen year after year. read more...

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7 Crucial Ecommerce Website Security Measures You Should Set in Place
27 September 2021
7 Crucial Ecommerce Website Security Measures You Should Set in Place

Starting a thriving online business and creating an e-commerce site can be exciting. As long as you do it right, you will be on your way to building a successful business.

Unfortunately, this excitement to run a business makes entrepreneurs overlook the need for a secure website.

If you are one of them, do not worry. You are not a lost cost. There are still things you can implement to secure your online store. read more...

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6 Steps to Make it Safe to Use a VPN on a Phone
22 September 2021
6 Steps to Make it Safe to Use a VPN on a Phone

Ready to Use a VPN on Your phone?

As you know, VPN makes your internet connection encrypted and private, it protects you from hackers while using public Wi-Fi networks, prevents your mobile provider from tracking your browsing history and protects you from cyberthreats.

It doesn't make sense that to use VPN to improve your phone security, you first have to improve your phone security. There are six steps you need to follow if you want to make your phone safer with a VPN. read more...

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Passwords Habits in the US: 75% of Americans Use Weak Passwords
16 September 2021
Passwords Habits in the US: 75% of Americans Use Weak Passwords

One of Google’s study with Harris Poll revealed the real truth behind passwords creation of native Americans. The vast majority faces frustration and even difficulties when coming up with a password. Having no secure strategy in mind and lacking an operating system to ensure that password verification has the latest security updates simply makes the American people struggle  - nearly 75%

The five most popular of which are: 123456, Password, 12345678, qwerty, 123456789. read more...

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DDoS Protection from Trust.zone is Available with Discount
15 September 2021
DDoS Protection from Trust.zone is Available with Discount

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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13 Flawless Security Tips for Bloggers
13 September 2021
13 Flawless Security Tips for Bloggers

Hackers don’t limit their attacks to e-commerce sites. Blogs are vulnerable as well. WordPress and other suites are so popular that cybercriminals make it their business to learn how to exploit any weaknesses.

When they find those openings, they might take your site hostage, redirect your visitors to nefarious websites, or retrieve sensitive data about your business or customers.

In any case, it’s imperative that you ensure your blog is locked down. You can start this process by checking out the following security tips. read more...

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Top 7 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Training Matters
6 July 2021
Top 7 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Training Matters

As the average online user browses through social media pages, does online shopping, or proceeds with distance learning at the university, the cybersecurity concerns are not that evident.

However, once a serious threat comes up, people usually appear totally helpless as they do not know how to deal with fraud or how to protect their privacy. It is only natural that when the talk goes about personal business or enterprise data leaks, it can become a serious issue. It is one of the reasons why people should consider at least basic cybersecurity training to become aware of their personal and workplace safety. read more...

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4 Signs You're Dealing With a Phishing Website
17 June 2021
4 Signs You're Dealing With a Phishing Website

Phishing websites are tools that cybercriminals use to steal personal information. They trick people into disclosing their passwords, phone numbers, credit card details, etc.

For example, phishing websites can mimic Netflix and ask you to update your payment details or require you to log in to your PayPal account to update information. read more...

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4 Security Advantages of the HTTPS Protocol
17 June 2021
4 Security Advantages of the HTTPS Protocol

HTTPS, a cryptographic protocol encrypts the connection between a browser and web server, enabling secure data transfer on the internet. HTTPS helps to protect the user from multiple cyber threats and make their overall experience with the website safer.

Nowadays, all websites, regardless of their purpose, are encouraged to switch to HTTPS. With it, a website gets a number of security advantages and becomes more trustworthy for users. read more...

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Top 10 Cybersecurity Trends & Emerging Threats in 2021
25 May 2021
Top 10 Cybersecurity Trends & Emerging Threats in 2021

As we head deeper into 2021, the increasing frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks are keeping cybersecurity teams on their tiptoes. The recent Sunburst hack, the cyberattack against U.S. government agencies, seems to have taken the spotlight because of its high-profile targets and the sensitive nature of the data compromised. Determining the true impact of the attack and its future implications could take years.

Cyberattacks are becoming the weapon of choice for nation-states, businesses need to amplify their cybersecurity efforts to avoid getting caught in the crossfire.

Here are the top 10 cybersecurity trends that all security stakeholders must keep in mind to stay ahead of the ever-changing threat landscape: read more...

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