Safe dating in the digital age

This Valentine's Day, keep your online dating life fun and romantic by following these safety tips.

9 Feb 2023 min read

10 expert tips for filing taxes online without getting your identity stolen

Filing your taxes doesn't have to be a stressful experience – with a little bit of planning and preparation, you can get your taxes done quickly and safely.

8 Feb 2023 min read

Here's how football fans can avoid Super Bowl ticket scams

The big event attracts a wide range of scam artists who prey on unsuspecting fans.

7 Feb 2023 min read

Everything you need to know about W-2 phishing scams

Defeat the scammers by educating yourself and your employees about these increasingly common tax-related scams.

2 Feb 2023 min read

Is ChatGPT's use of people's data even legal?

Currently, there is no widely accepted method for individuals to request the removal of their data from a machine learning model once it has been used to train the model.

1 Feb 2023 min read

AI in cybersecurity: The good, the bad, and the ugly

AI technology has advanced to the level that it’s now at a pivotal point.

27 Jan 2023 min read

Small but dangerous: What are the risks of malicious USBs?

Malicious USBs can allow attackers to obtain a user's passwords, access their devices, and even irreversibly damage their computer.

26 Jan 2023 min read

How have cryptocurrencies influenced cybercrime?

Cybercriminals are attracted to the decentralized nature and anonymity of cryptocurrencies, which makes it harder for law enforcement to track them down.

24 Jan 2023 min read

What's on the dark web in 2023?

The dark web remains a small, hidden part of the internet with strong ties to illegal activities and should be approached with caution.

18 Jan 2023 min read

Beware of DDosia, a botnet created to facilitate DDoS attacks

The hacker group targets a wide range of organizations, including courts, banks, educational institutions, government agencies, and transport services.

16 Jan 2023 min read

Thinking of making an exception to your antivirus? Think again

Think twice before you add anything to exceptions, even if an antivirus detection dialogue annoys you in the moment.

12 Jan 2023 min read

Scammers are targeting online secondhand shopping platforms

Cybercriminals use phishing attacks on secondhand shopping sites to scam buyers and sellers in real time.

12 Jan 2023 min read

The new year is here — and so are new smishing scams

The day after we found out about this scam, Spain’s national police force arrested 17 people that had been running a smishing fraud scheme and had stolen 145,000 euros from 170 victims.

5 Jan 2023 min read