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...
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...
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...comments: 0
How can you protect your own data, or the data of your business and customers, from hardened cyber criminals and hackers? Here is a list of top 7 Reasons Your Business Should Use A VPN read more...comments: 0
Over 14 million people fall victim to online identity theft every year. If you don't keep your sensitive data safe, criminals can gain access to your email, credit card, medical records, personal photos, and more. To make sure this doesn't happen, follow our 5 simple rules. read more...comments: 0
Are there things I can do to protect myself from these hackers?
Here are 8 ways you can protect yourself from hackers: use a VPN service, regularly update your operating system, avoid using public Wi-Fi, have strong and unique passwords for all your accounts and many more read more...
Bad news for all fans of free Internet – WPA2 security protocol used by your Wi-Fi router and connected devices could be easily hacked. WPA2 security protocol is used by 90% of all Wi-Fi devices worldwide. read more...comments: 0
Security experts warn that many free Wi-Fi hotspots might actually be run by hackers to steal your personal information, passwords, credit card details and browser history. Those dangerous free Wi-Fi hotspots are usually placed near world’s top tourist destinations. Expert recommends avoiding Wi-Fi hotspots with term FREE within the hotspot’s name. Besides, it's highly recommended using a VPN to encrypt your connection and stay safe while using free Wi-Fi hotsports. read more...comments: 0