Best 7 Online Safety Tips Video for Cybersecurity Awareness Month October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Here are some basic online tips from Making Sense of Security to keep your digital activity safe. Don’t Give Out Personal Information Avoid online phishing attempts by keeping your personal information private. Don’t give out your phone number, social
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
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 good time to reflect on what kinds of measures you
New data shows it’s now clear the biggest problem with ransomware incidents (just after taking down your operation) is all the necessary costs incurred trying to clean up the mess post-attack.
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Most Phishing Emails Are After Credentials 57% of phishing emails in 2020 were designed for stealing credentials, according to Cofense’s most recent Annual State of Phishing Report. Meanwhile, just 12% of phishing attacks last year were used for delivering malware. Cofense believes this is because credential phishing emails are better at bypassing email security filters
There is a constant war which plagues cybersecurity; perhaps not only in cybersecurity, but in the world all around us is a battle between good and evil. In cybersecurity if the “evil” side understands or pays more attention to a technology than the “good” side, we see a spike in cyber-attacks. The human race commonly