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27 March 2023
When running a business, you can’t expect everything to go as smoothly as planned. Sometimes, you’ll encounter difficulties along the way that can affect processes and your revenue.
There’s also the threat of cybercriminals using unethical ways to seal your information, leading to significant issues like identity theft. Cybercriminals often gain access to sensitive information via system vulnerabilities which lets them take over accounts, steal sensitive data, and make unauthorized transactions.
That’s why you need to be vigilant at all times and use identity management solutions to prevent these events from happening. It would be best if you always stayed vigilant at all times.
We’ll walk you through the nine smart ways to protect your customers from identity theft: read more...
30 November 2022
Reducing your digital footprint is an essential part of staying safe online. If you take measures to control what information about you is available online, you can help protect yourself from identity theft, fraud, and other cyber crimes.
So choose your privacy settings wisely, use incognito mode while browsing, and be thoughtful about what personal information you share online. Also, don’t forget to unsubscribe from unwanted emails. Use security tools, too.
Following these simple tips will go a long way towards keeping your personal information safe and secure. read more...
12 May 2021
The personal data breach has become one of the most daunting problems in recent years. Therefore, social networks and other social platforms (forums, mail services, CRM systems, etc.) are constantly looking for new ways to improve their functionality and most notably prevent unauthorized access to personal data and user content.
Would you like to restrict those cybercriminals from getting damage to your social media privacy? Keep on reading and find out the most effective ways to set a protection mechanism in motion. read more...
23 March 2021
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...
5 January 2021
We know hackers have more interest in gaining access to servers of businesses than educational institutions. However, every personal information stored on the internet is worth protecting.
Schools collect loads of their students’ data and are obligated by law to ensure their safety. With an increase in remote teaching, it is very important now more than ever for teachers to pay attention to student’s data privacy. read more...
9 August 2020
VPN ensures that the users can work on a private network and not have a fear of compromise. But beyond just protecting your privacy on the internet, there are other ways to maximize your VPN.
Here are 9 ways to optimize your VPN use. read more...
9 August 2020
When doing research in college, you may need to access materials from different countries. You may also be interested in search results in a certain language. There are many websites and databases that are only available for people who live in a certain country so you cannot access them from your American IP address. read more...
25 May 2020
How can you protect your own data, or the data of your business and customers, from hardened cyber criminals and hackers?
VPN is a secret bunker system for your information; it allows you to travel unseen and do your work without being spied on or tracked. Here is a list of top 7 Reasons Your Business Should Use A VPN read more...
16 September 2019
RestorePrivacy, the leading service, providing users with useful privacy and security information, has recently ranked TrustZone among Top 3 Free Trial VPNs
According to RestorePrivacy, everything published on this site is honest, free of charge, and open to everyone. Nothing is locked behind a paid membership wall. read more...
16 December 2017
After Congress voted last week to strike down new FCC regulations, President Trump has signed congressional legislation signed a law that allows Internet Service Providers selling its customers’ browsing history, private data and habits to the highest bidder. In the US, new legislation allows your ISP to collect and store all of your browsing history. This will include your behaviour on sites, any clicks and pages visited.
Due to this fact VPN usage is skyrocketed. The advice to use a VPN to hide online identity, protect privacy, encrypt connection and prevent ISP from tracking your move has dominated in US media now. read more...