Looking for a product for your device? Free Antivirus for PC, Free Security for Android, Free Security for Mac, Free Security for iPhone/iPad
Looking for a product for your device?
Free Antivirus for PC
Free Security for Mac
Free Security for Android
Free Security for iPhone/iPad
What is endpoint protection?
What is cloud antivirus?
What is network security?
Step 1 to staying safe online is to stay private. Here we have collected all our articles on privacy protection, how it can be compromised, and what you can do to ensure that never happens. Learn to avoid being watched, tracked, and cyberattacked.
No cash required at this coffee shop. Students pay the price with their personal data.
Garry Kasparov talks about the rapidly changing technological landscape, and its relevance to the preservation of democracy.
A NUUO zero-day vulnerability gives hackers your camera feed.
The latest in security news: The Canadian town of Midland pays ransomware attackers and SMBs are targeted for cyberattacks.
Garry Kasparov explores Consumer Genomic Kits, the exciting new horizons in this growing industry, and how to make sure we move forward with common sense and integrity.
Google tracks you when you think it doesn’t, fax machines are vulnerable, and could the US midterms be hacked?
The best passwords will thwart brute force and dictionary attacks, but it's also possible to make them easy to remember. Try these password ideas to make your accounts unbreakable.
Unless you take precautions, the secrets of your private browsing sessions are bound to be exposed.
Online banking is safe again when you use Bank Mode, available as part of Avast Secure Browser.
A banking Trojan uses downloaders to infect Androids and data breaches hit Ticketmaster UK, the Timehop app, and Macy’s.
This guide will provide you with the advice and template you need to create a cybersecurity policy for your organization, helping to prevent attacks and protect your business.
Protecting your data online requires a blend of regulation, standardization, and individual action. With round 1 of GDPR-compliant websites now in our past, consumers should now take the time to implement basic security practices to keep their online data and information safe.