Despite the clear danger that passwords pose to organizations, more than half of IT executives rely solely on employees to monitor their own password behavior.
Data protection is more than just protecting data from the unauthorised: it’s about ensuring it’s used for the sole purpose it was collected, and respecting the privacy of those whose data it is.
Hackers have already begun targeting the Pyeongchang Olympic Games with malware-infected e-mail aimed at stealing passwords or financial information.
See why consumers are urged to use online password managers and MFA instead.
This Christmas Eve, remember that not only do the best gift-givers think of the batteries, but they also perform the software updates!
This month’s list is a little thin compared with other months this year. Is that a good sign? Maybe.
Alexander Sverdlov, cyber security expert, shares tips and best practices to ensure your LinkedIn account is protected from hackers.
Having a secure e-mail account is imperative to your privacy. Alexander Sverdlov, cyber security expert, shares email protection tips and guidelines.
Cryptocurrency trading app tricks victims into making their Gmail accounts accessible and steals Poloniex login credentials.
A 25-year-old broke into a DoD satellite communication system and doxed around 800 Department of Defense employees. The hacker stole “ranks, usernames and email addresses of more than 800 users, […]
Your Wi-Fi router, sitting in the corner of your home accumulating dust and unpatched security flaws, provides an attractive target for hackers. Including, according to a new WikiLeaks release, the […]
Can you honestly say you know who has access to your personal data? Just how many people know what your email address is or when your birthday is? And, more […]