As of May 4th, 2016, over 272 million Gmail, Microsoft and Yahoo email logins have been stolen and are being distributed across the internet. Learn how to increase the email security of each of these platforms today!
Your smartphone is the quickest way for nefarious human beings to get ahold of your most sensitive information such as social security number and credit cards. Encrypt your phone to protect yourself from cyber crime and identity theft.
Encryption stores your phone’s data in an unreadable, seemingly scrambled form which becomes nearly impossible to access without an encryption PIN or password. Companies often require encryption on company smartphones to help protect their data from corporate espionage and hackers.
The number of hacking incidents and personal records stolen every year are increasing and it’s our responsibility as consumers to take charge of our own cybersecurity. Try these simple internet safety tips today.
With more and more young people having access to digital communication platforms such as text, instant messaging and social media, bullying has become a 24 hour, digital problem. Dealing with cyberbullying requires learning how to prevent it, how to spot it and how to stop it.
The holiday season is the busiest time for online retailers and their customers. In 2013, Americans spent over $263 billion shopping online. In 2016, that amount is expected to balloon over $320 billion. Without a doubt, Americans are shopping less at physical locations and more online, making them more vulnerable than ever to hacks, cyber attacks and malicious threats.
Hackers can take over a persons computer very easily. Read one account of what they did to access a persons computer and what kind of information they were able to access once they got in.
With the holiday season right around the corner, many of us will use the internet to find presents. At the same time though, cyber criminals will use the internet to find you! This time of year, online attackers are in full force and we all need to play it safe. Follow these four safe online shopping tips.
Although physical terrorism has been at the forefront of our national attention and military action, a new form of terrorism has emerged; one that can take place online from a computer thousands of miles away, but still have an enormous impact on our security.
The news these days seems to be replete each week with stories of additional companies falling victim to being “hacked”, with their internal information being damaged or stolen. In fact, in the past two years, millions of personal records have been stolen.
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