With most of the world online now, data breaches have been happening more and more, and they will continue happening until security software can catch up to the hackers that invade the system. Since there are new viruses being created daily that make your system vulnerable to breaches, it will lik... Powered by RebelMouse
Security threats are nothing new, and there are some tried-and-true methods of scamming your information, as well as avoiding said scams, of which you should be aware. Session Hijacking Session hijacking , more commonly known as cookie theft,...
Sovereign nations around the globe have clearly defined borders, but as attendees were shown at a UN Conference several years ago, cybercrime is a borderless phenomenon. In 2011 Norton Security released statistics that showed that every 14 seconds an adult is a victim of cybercrime and the numbers are growing. As internet use grows, so does the amount and type of information streaming across the web. This information crosses transnational lines, public and private sectors.
Many businesses use the internet to stay in contact with their employees and current clients, but the internet can also serve a great purpose in those trying to sell something. Whether you are pitching yourself, your company, your services or an item, selling yourself over the internet can be useful... Powered by RebelMouse
Regardless of the size of a company, many problems and issues arise when considering the security and or risks of information available. Many hackers seek out different facets on how they can ‘hack’ into security systems to obtain whatever information they are seeking for whatever motive there is behind it. There is a plethora of software programs that continuously evolve in this technologically driven society but there are common blunders that people and corporations find themselves in that can be easily avoided. The common goal here is to avoid identity theft and protect the inf
While you may not think your PC might be the target of hackers and cyber-criminals, who are more inclined to go after bigger fish such as Sony or Apple, you’d be surprised to learn that it is the PCs and mobile devices of normal, everyday consumers that are targeted most. Businesses both large and small …
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