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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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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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How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home
24 October 2020
How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home

The best things in life may be free, but not when it comes to a VPN. Where your online privacy is concerned, a free VPN, service will likely do you more harm than good. Luckily, there are ways you can overcome the risks involved with free VPNs when working from home.
A few years back, there was hardly any demand for VPN services. In recent years, the rising popularity of the digital nomad lifestyle and quarantine restrictions have made VPNs a necessity. If you're working from home and are considering using a VPN, here are the risks to avoid and what actions to take to secure your data (compare Free VPN vs. Paid VPN) Browser Hijacking 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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5 Reasons Students Are Targeted by Hackers
6 August 2020
5 Reasons Students Are Targeted by Hackers

Thanks to the Internet, college and university students got many opportunities for convenient learning and communication. According to research, 73% of teenagers use smartphones, 87% of teenagers use computers, and 72% of them have social media accounts. Given that so many teenagers are present online, there’s no surprise that they often become targets for hackers. In the USA, as much as 55% of people aged 18-29 note that they were victims of data theft at least once. read more...

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Is Data Security Still a Concern in 2020?
16 July 2020
Is Data Security Still a Concern in 2020?

According to a recent report, there has been a 20 percent spike in cyberattacks during the Covid-19 outbreak. Around 445 million fraud incidents have been registered since the beginning of the year. In this article, we explore some of the reasons data security is still important and consider the most common cyberattacks this year. read more...

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Internet Security Risks – 5 Threats to Be Aware Of
6 July 2020
Internet Security Risks – 5 Threats to Be Aware Of

Hackers, fraudsters, and malware engineers work tirelessly to come up with new attack vectors which often randomly target websites and businesses in unpredictable ways.

The best way to protect your network from illicit intrusions and malware is to stay in touch with the latest internet risk trends. Being aware of which viruses, scams, and attack vectors are currently trending will allow you to respond to occasional intrusion attempts more efficiently. read more...

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How to Know If Your Smartphone has been Hacked and How To Fix
17 June 2020
How to Know If Your Smartphone has been Hacked and How To Fix

It is important to ensure the security of the information in our smartphones. Our privacy must be protected and our account details should be secure. The security of such information is paramount.

Some of the signs that your phone has been hacked are discussed below. read more...

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13 Flawless Security Tips for Bloggers
16 June 2020
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. read more...

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