Physical access attacks encompass all the ways someone could steal your information.
The point and click convenience make online shopping a huge marketplace for consumers to compare products and buy quickly. So much so that CNBC estimates online shoppers will spend more than $124 billion during the holiday season alone.
There’s been much ado about protecting communications on the email side and rightly so since it represents the greatest risk of data loss due to malware. However, there’s another side to communication personal users and businesses alike should […]
It seems like a regular day. You boot your computer only to learn it’s acting wonky. Perhaps you cannot access files you saved recently or you can’t get to files at all. When this happens, you need to […]
You’re checking your email like you normally do when you receive a strange message from your friend or loved one. The message usually implies that you’ve been hacked. Naturally, your first thought might be to panic. After all, […]
A large part of protecting data is minimizing who has access to it. You might already know that when we visit websites it contains tracking software, which uses scripts to embed computer code onto your browser. In turn, […]
Your passwords can be the gateway to your company’s data. Hackers understand this, it’s why they deploy password-stealing tools to harvest this information.
The FBI, along with the Department of Homeland Security announced North Korean hackers are […]
Banking apps provide you with a wealth of convenient features. You can check your balance whenever you want to avoid those pesky overdraft fees; you can deposit checks and some apps even allow you to send money to […]
The HC6 Ransomware was recently discovered and typically requires victims to pay ransoms of up to $2500 before their files can be decrypted. It is commonly called the .fucku ransomware or virus because it renames files to end […]