Identity Could Be StolenImagine, after years of hard work, careful planning and saving your dollars, you are denied the ability to purchase a home or office space because of identity theft.

Unfortunately, many people around the world have felt the fear and embarrassment that comes after their financial representative politely tells them that their credit has been jeopardized. Read the rest of this entry »


Data ProtectedKeeping information safe from hackers has always been a priority in the corporate world.

But over the past several years, it has become increasingly more important for consumers to use caution when storing personal data.

Here are three things your systems should be well equipped with in preparation for cyber predators. Read the rest of this entry »


7 Easy Ways to Keep Your Mobile Devices SecureMobile devices have made it easier for business owners to transact business while on the go. However, mobile devices have an inherent risk to them.

For one, nobody has much experience with the use of these devices. For instance, the world has had over half a century to secure the PC. In spite of this, PC security is still a major challenge in the world. The truth is that there has not been enough cumulative experience in the world to secure mobile devices. However, there are some measures that one can take to guarantee the security of their mobile device. Read the rest of this entry »


Data LossGolden ticket attacks first became popular in 2014 when the vulnerability was discovered and publicized within the Kerberos system. And though those with the Kerberos system were known to be vulnerable, the type of exploit could be seen on other platforms as well.

It’s important to take measures to protect your business from these types of attacks; if someone were to hijack the credentials of your data system, they could have full control over your network, cause damage, or steal information.

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Risk for a Data Security BreachSecurity issues remain a top concern for business as hackers grab headlines while stealing sensitive data.

Despite high-profile cases where thieves have stolen customer identity and payment information from large corporations, most data breaches affect small businesses and often go unreported in the news.

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Data ProtectionThe Internet makes it easier for people to do business. However, the Internet can be a dangerous place. It is easy for people to get access to your business’s information if you are on the Internet.

There are many ways that you can keep your business safe online. Below is a list of ways that you can keep your business safe online: Read the rest of this entry »


Web SecurityWeb surfing academy: staying on the safe side

Internet is teeming with malware, viruses, and fraudulent schemes that pretty easily hook careless users.

In this article we are focusing on the essential aspects of safe browsing – it’s a must-read for web surfing pioneers and a nice refresher for seasoned internet users.

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Volunteers Help PoliceWhat is the best way for police to utilise their funds when it comes to tackling cybercrime.

An announcement that the Hampshire Constabulary are looking for skilled IT workers to act as Special Constables has caused a bit of controversy and consternation.

There is no doubt that fighting cybercrime is a difficult task and having as much assistance as possible is vital. One of the biggest problems for police forces is that they tend to be a step or two behind the leading criminals and operators in this field. Read the rest of this entry »


Where Are The Cyber Criminals HidingWhere Do The Cyber Criminals Hide?

No matter the system, criminals it seems are always one step ahead of the police. If you prevent a means to commit a crime, another criminal is already about to solve it as it goes into place.

The same is true with the Internet. Cyber security is a major issue today with so much of our data out there, it is a great target for criminals. Read the rest of this entry »


Active@ UNDELETE SoftwareSurfing the web and playing around with a variety of fresh apps on your Windows OS is inevitably associated with security risks.

With the growing number of vulnerabilities and sophisticated malicious tactics, each new install of an app from a non-proven resource or browsing in the depths of the web puts normal system functioning in jeopardy. Read the rest of this entry »