Posts Tagged 'internet security'
Computer maintenance is often a simple equation: avoid behavior that might land you a virus, and keep your software up-to-date. Thanks to security update pop-up reminders, the latter is usually an easy step. However, while these alerts may be helpful to you as a user, not all of them are to be trusted. Take, for example, […]
Hello, all. Now that we are into the second month of the year, I’m hoping your resolution of practicing digital safety is still going strong. As a mother of two, I’m constantly thinking about how I can keep up with my kids on social media and help them become responsible digital citizens. It’s really important […]
The cybersecurity sector is continually evolving, with new changes affecting the way information is traded and protected. Now that 2016 is in full swing, it’s time to start looking forward to which threats lie ahead. In our January #SecChat, we turned our focus to top security predictions for the New Year. Participating in this chat […]
Hi There! Settled down comfortably in the New Year 2016, have we? Hope we all remember to cross all dates as 2016 now instead of 2015. Now that we are set for a new year, I wanted to jot down my observations from the last few weeks of 2015. It was the holiday season – […]
The New Year is finally here, bringing with it a bevy of new (and some not-so-new) cybersecurity threats. Ransomware authors are enjoying commercial success with new “as-a-service” models, while fileless malware has become stealthier to the point of near invisibility. Add in loose security standards for IoT devices, and 2016 looks like a year for […]