Cybercrime is more prevalent than it has ever been. Every year, the dollar value of damages done by cybersecurity will continue to rise. One way to build up walls against potential cyber attacks is to protect yourself with two-factor identification, also known as 2FA. The United States Army, one of the country’s five branches of… Read More
The Hacking Threat, Most Restaurant Customers, Don’t Know About In recent years, hackers have been able to infiltrate even the most secure and well-protected networks. Target, Sony, Yahoo, and countless other companies—businesses with large teams of intelligent anti-hacking professionals at their disposal—have not only been hacked but have had customers’ personal information stolen from their… Read More
These simple tips are a beginning, but the online world is continually changing and adding both new applications and new hazards. Keep talking with your children and other parents to share the latest information on online safety.
Malware, or malicious software, is any application or document that’s harmful to a computer user. Malware contains computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses and spyware.
In 2019, there will be 2.77 billion social media users around the world. That’s 2.77 billion chances for cyber attacks to take place on social media. It’s easy to get caught up in the habit of oversharing on social media, but it can also be dangerous. Don’t Overshare! 5 Critical Social Media Safety Tips Everyone Needs to… Read More
Your mobile device stores your most private conversations and banking information. You use it to share your location, process orders, and control home appliances. It’s safe to say your device is one of your most valuable assets. Security often seems secondary with mobile usage despite its widespread adoption. Users succumb to phishing attacks, hacks, and theft quite… Read More