Posts Tagged 'cybercrime'

New year = new attack vectors. With the holidays in full swing and 2014 coming to a close, McAfee Labs has produced their latest Threats Report. In it, key security predictions for the coming year are discussed, including forecasts around increases in cyber espionage, more frequent attacks on the Internet of Things, and the ‘explosion’ […]

I have vowed to make Christmas 2014 stress free.  I have vowed to bring joy back into Christmas and prolong my life!  So I have devised a Christmas Survival Plan using all the best features of the online world. In Part One, I detailed the best digital hacks for making your lists, buying presents online […]

Hey guys! I’m Bradi and this is the Scan. It’s bah humbug time because these are some of the top holiday scams of the year! Woo-hoo! Don’t Get Scrooged Ten out of ten hackers agree that it’s better to give malware than receive it this holiday season, and the cyber grinches are out in full […]

Over the years we’ve tracked the growth of cyber attacks on computers, mobile devices and digital appliances. While attacks continue to grow in both volume and complexity, the great majority of them retain one common trait: they infect unsuspecting victims through a phishing attack—an attempt to trick you into giving up sensitive personal information through […]

This year Christmas is going to be different.  I am officially pledging to take the stress out of the silly season.  I am vowing to avoid highly strung crowds in Westfield Shopping Centres, to not partake in exhausting ‘all-nighters’ frantically writing Christmas cards, to ‘say no’ to last minute present stress and to absolutely not […]