Phishing threats are nothing new, but some dangers are more insidious than others. After years of warnings to treat unsolicited and external emails with caution, a new threat is flying under the radar.
The websites and online services you interact with on a daily basis store sensitive personal information. But sometimes you or the service can accidentally leak this data, leading to some severe personal consequences. Here, you'll find three simple ways to keep track of your data and protect it at any point in time.
Hackers target mid-size and large companies with phishing attacks, as these companies are usually visible on the internet and have known qualities of money available. Here, you'll find four cybersecurity policies that you should ensure every employee at your company follows.
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re a part of, EVERYONE uses email. Even prolific business chat platforms like Slack, Yammer, Skype, HipChat, Hangouts, and the like haven’t been able to take email down. What does this mean for your organization?
Working with user credentials is a sensitive and difficult application process that many developers struggle to do securely. If you can't think like a hacker and understand the many ways an attacker can gain access to user credentials, then even the best application might be vulnerable to exploits, which can lead to expensive data breaches.
The FCC, headed by probable Telco Henchman Ajit Pai, just voted to repeal Net Neutrality rules put in place during the Obama administration. These protections were enacted to protect consumers from having their internet traffic de-prioritized by Internet Service Providers for any reason, whether that be content-based, source-based or otherwise.
Recent password hacks at well-known brands like Evernote, Twitter, and LinkedIn have shined a light on the problem of passwords, and how vulnerable we can be as a result of poor password choices.
Picture this: You’re browsing social media during your daily dose of mindless scrolling and reflexively, you click on an ad directly from Macys.com for 50% off everything in the store..
“Is this Todd? Hi sweetheart, I have the five thousand dollars, I can send it to you immediately…”
In all seriousness, it’s a terrible idea. Sometimes, nothing will happen, especially if the update has been happening for an incredibly long time and seems to be “hung”, or zombie’d (No, zombie processes do NOT come back like some weird cybernetic “night of the living dead”).