“Phishing is more of a thing now because many people have turned to a criminal life and because Covid is a very successful phishing lure. We are all stretched thin, and as a result, we can make more security mistakes.”
Social media scams are just one of the many ways cyber criminals are taking advantage of people online these days.
Employers should migrate to a hybrid environment only after building a solid foundation to support remote workers.
If you need some ammunition to fight for its acceptance across your company, we’ll bust a few MFA myths and help you convince folks to get onboard.
Think twice before you add anything to exceptions, even if an antivirus detection dialogue annoyed you in the moment.
Mental health and self-help apps know your deepest secrets. In a growing string of cases, they’re selling your information and ignoring your right to privacy.
Tech support scammers target older people because they believe them to be more trusting and they tend to be more financially secure than younger people.
Prue Leith is helping Brits understand digital cookies after new research reveals that 35% admit they don’t know what they actually are.
Beware of calls from Europol or in the name of the police.
While hacktivists likely believe that they are doing the right thing by contributing their skills to the side they support, at the very least they are committing crimes with these actions.