Although attacks on large companies dominate ransomware news, smaller businesses make much easier targets, as they often lack the budget to implement successful cybersecurity strategies.
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Sending sexy photos can be really fun, but it does come with increased risk of literal exposure.
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Independently successful in delivering digital privacy and security, the companies now combine to pursue a new, joint vision.
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The group's most successful attacks leave sites down for several hours to a few days.
Make sure you know the differences among the various states’ laws, when they go into effect, and whether or not they apply to your particular business.
People are still sharing explicit images without the consent of the people in them, and there still is no federal law criminalizing revenge porn. While it might feel like two steps forward and one step back, the climate today is much better online than it was in past decades.
Hacked Facebook accounts belonging to a Brazilian ISP, Mexican sporting goods store, mountain tourism site from Slovakia, and a computer repair shop in the Philippines are spreading posts linking to malware to users around the world.
Exploring the reasons for ransomware's rise over the past decade as well as measures necessary to start investing in a more secure future.