Online Safety Guidelines for Strong Passwords Quick tips for creating and saving your online passwords and making them strong. Make Passwords Long Use passwords longer than six characters when possible. Especially with most characters being from the Alphabet. Don’t Use Personal Information Avoid using demographics, birthdates or names from your loved ones. Including pets. Change
Top 10 Holiday Shopping Cyber Safety Tips It’s that time of year to sport holiday git shopping. Some may find joy in online shopping and some enjoy using your online shopping activity to benefit themselves. This includes capturing your private and financial data. Each year, numerous online shoppers fall victim to online theft, scams, fake
4 Best Apps to Spy on Your Girlfriend’s Phone Without Target Phone Do you ever get frustrated with your mate’s behaviour? Does your boyfriend or girlfriend leave you wondering if they may be seeing someone else or worse, cheating on you? We tend to get frustrated and annoyed with our lover’s behavior. We are all
The XNSPY Guide for New Users Before their First Monitoring Experience The use of tracking software has increased in multitude recently. As more mobile devices are purchased, the more tech devices there are to protect. As the cost of cell phones, tablets and laptops fluctuate, their value is known to the owner as more and
How to Track Someone By Cell Phone Number Without Them Knowing: 2 Ways Cell phones and tablets have become an integral part of modern people’s lives. Devices open myriad possibilities for us, such as staying connected when we’re separated by huge distances, being aware of the latest news, and diving into details about the lives
How is Ransomware Spread in Mobile Phone Devices? As an Android user, it is vital to keep in mind that ransomware doesn’t just attack your PC devices. Smartphones and tablets are becoming more and more prone to ransomware attacks. How is ransomware spread in mobile phones? Are there ways that you can protect your mobile
How to Secure Your WordPress Site Course WordPress security takes place continuously within your site. Some may think they can publish on WordPress and then forget about it. The truth is, when it comes to digital data, it is never “set it and forget it”. Implementing protections to your site is best in the beginning.
How To Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft In These Simple Steps As we enter the New Year, be sure to keep up, or adopt, these good data security habits to avoid identity theft Are you doing enough to reduce the risk of having your identity stolen? As you start the New Year, this is a
Best Software to Monitor Employees If you’re managing a team, you are probably faced with the question of how to monitor your employees’ work. During working hours, they can absent from work, do other things or even take a nap! The answer to this question is to use employee monitoring software. On this page, we
How to Know if the Website is a Hack According to defectors, North Korea’s cyber army has about 7,000 hackers. Their job is to wreak havoc on the country’s enemies. Recently, North Korean hackers targeted cybersecurity researchers in the U.S. North Korean hackers set up a fake cybersecurity company called SecuriElite. They also created fake
Is Your Home Title Already Stolen? How to Find Out! Norris Fisher sold million worth of property during his career… But, none of the sales he made were legal. He stole people’s property out from underneath them using forged documents and fake credentials. Here’s an Example of the Type of Crimes Norris and His Criminal
FBI Hacks Vulnerable US Computers to Fix Malicious Malware Malicious malware makes US computers vulnerable to hackers. The FBI has been hacking into the computers of US companies running insecure versions of Microsoft software in order to fix them, the US Department of Justice has announced. The operation, approved by a federal court, involved the
It’s the start of tax season. This is the time of year when we collect our receipts and tax forms and hope for a nice big refund from the U.S. government. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also looking for a nice big score as well. This year is going to be worse than ever, as many people
Free Phishing-Protection Solution Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic progresses across the world, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the situation resulting in a spike of phishing scams on remote workforce and corporate systems. While working from home helps the cause of social distancing, it introduces additional risks to the organization. With
Corona Virus Scams, the Likely Victims, and What They Can Lose With people losing jobs and businesses closing shop due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. government decided earlier this year to release financial aid. This assistance comes in the form of a US$2-trillion monetary stimulus package with the implementation of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and
How Your Trash is Valuable to Criminals A group of criminals in St. Tammany Parish, LA were arrested after they went dumpster diving. This criminal ring was targeting trash from a local loan business – one of those “cash now” places. The group rummaged through the trash to gather personal information about customers. They used
530 Million Facebook Users Not Notified of Exposed Data Breach Company spokesperson said Facebook was not confident it had full visibility on which users would need to be alerted Facebook has not notified the more-than 530m users whose details were exposed on a hacker forum in 2019 and has no plans to do so, according
500 Million LinkedIn Users Data Sold Online IDs, names, email addresses and more personal details are part of the massive database of stolen data, which could be used to launch additional attacks on LinkedIn and its users. A massive trove of LinkedIn account data has been found for sale online, containing 500 million user records
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The bad guys are going to great lengths to ensure they make their money. As part of its Ransomware-as-a-Service, REvil is now expanding its services to aid in the extortion phase. REvil/Sodinkibi has been a major player in the RWaaS market, providing its’ affiliate bad guys with functional ransomware malware and a payment site. They
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Holger Schultze wrote: The need to secure the remote workforce has never been more critical. A year into the pandemic, organizations are still grappling with how to protect their assets. The Remote Workforce Security Report reveals the status of organizations’ efforts to secure the new workforce, key challenges, and unique security threats faced by organizations,
Even though the UK has made ‘huge progress’ on cybersecurity efforts, the new Chief Executive of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Lindy Cameron believes that the current efforts are still not enough. The new security head previously worked as a Director-General for the North Ireland office. She also worked for the Department for International
Cybercrime Officially Has Its Own Global Ecosystem. From Services to Distribution, to Monetization, cybercriminals are getting so organized, cybersecurity experts are now beginning to see how vast the relationships to cybercrime and connections really are.
It’s worrisome when your organization comes under cyberattack in the first place.
When it comes to disasters we all hope that our vehicle will get us out of dodge if needed… But, what would you do if there was an EMP attack? An electromagnetic pulse attack (EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic energy, it can be a natural occurrence or man-made. The problem is, there is no
“A man in the cold is not necessarily a cold man.”– Mike Tipton. Knowing how to survive is key. Tyson S. was a 30-year-old man from Utah who moved to a remote part of Alaska. He had been living alone after purchasing his cabin. His nearest neighbor was over 20 miles away. Beautiful mountains, rivers,
Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning we may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through our links, but this is at no additional cost to you. Do you remember your school history lessons? If you were excited to study facts about ancient Egypt, Greece, and Africa, you might recollect their
While the Solarwinds “sunburst” attack brought to light the compromising of a vendor, Vendor Email Compromise has been around for some time and now seems to be going mainstream. We first mentioned Vendor Email Compromise (VEC) back in late 2019. This method of compromising an email account at one company purposely to use it to
A new social engineering scam demonstrates how cybercriminals are both evolving their tactics while still using tried and true methods that just work to attain their goals. I’ve covered scams impersonating Office 365 I don’t know how many times. But it’s not very often you hear about a scam that uses LinkedIn as both its
Was Jan. 6 an Intelligence Failure, a Police Failure or Both?