How many passwords do you have? Did you know the average Internet user has 100 passwords. That's a lot of passwords to remember on a daily basis. How do manage all those password effectively - a password manager.
Keylogger is a digital surveillance tool. They can track every click, touch, key stroke, download and conversation carried out on the device they are installed on
A truck full of security studies show nearly every small businesses has exposed data and poor cybersecurity policies. Either build and execute a cybersecurity strategy or expect to be a victim of cyber crime. Be prepared, be proactive, and be safe.
The dark web is the part of the world wide web that is hardest to reach because it lies at the center of the onion or the bottom portion of the proverbial submerged iceberg.
Ransomware is particularly vicious malware that infects your digital device, encrypting your data and then holding you hostage until you pay a ransom.
A hacker is someone who challenges technology to see if it can be compromised. A hacker can black hat or white hat.
HTTPs enables web servers and web browsers to establish secure connections. It encrypts data being transmitted in both directions. This helps prevent thieves from stealing sensitive information along the way.
Identity fraud is all over. Almost every day, we see news reports describing new techniques for crooks to steal your personal information, as well as warnings about big data breaches that expose your sensitive data to hackers on the Dark Web.
Spyware is malware that infects your digital device, spies on you, and sends your private data back to the cybercriminals.
The Internet can be a treacherous place. One of the most important measures you can take while online is to use a virtual private network (VPN), whether you’re at your workplace, on the go, or at home. VPNs keep your online activities secure and private, especially on public Wi-Fi. But VPNs can do so much more.
Business email compromise is one of the most financially destructive cyber crimes. These are emails that appear to be sent by known or trusted sources asking for something legitimate.
People can easily be fooled into believing they are seeing or hearing something that has no basis in truth in a culture filled with misinformation and deception. Deepfake videos have forced viewers to wonder whether or not what they are seeing or hearing in a video or audio recording is real.