Most individuals and businesses are now using cloud services for at least some of their digital operations. Cloud storage provides so many benefits but only if it protects your privacy and security.
It's not that unusual for famous people to get into trouble with the law. Fame and fortune have a way of leading to pushing the boundaries of what is allowed.
Online stalking, also known as cyberstalking, is a serious crime that could lead to physical harm or fraud. You need to be fully aware of how internet stalking works and how you can protect yourself.
Unfortunately, junk mail is a fact of life. Gone are the days when you only get correspondence from friends and loved ones. Now that your name, address, and other information are on mailing lists all over the place and data brokers have sold it to countless others, you probably get tons of pieces of junk mail daily.
These days it's not safe to keep a mobile device, computer, or anything connected to the internet without antivirus/anti-malware installed on it.
Cyberbullying is a huge problem that keeps gaining notoriety as more and more reports of teen suicide link back to online stalking and abuse by cyberbullies.
By now, most of us do at least some of our banking online. We have become accustomed to pulling out a smartphone to transfer funds, make deposits, or check on transactions.
By now, you are probably well aware of email spoofing, and you probably get fake emails daily. However, when hackers spoof your own domain, it can damage your reputation and affect your credibility with customers.
Who doesn't want to make a bit of extra cash on the side by just answering a few questions each month? That is precisely how scammers lure unsuspecting victims with the promise of basically free money for just taking surveys.
Businesses these days don't just have a responsibility to their employees, but they are also tasked with keeping their vendors' and customers' data safe.