2020 spawned a flurry of new cybercriminal activity, and it has continued into 2021. With a good deal of our workforce working remotely, cybercriminals see an opportunity which they are exploiting wildly.
When we hear the term "hacker," we often picture a nefarious criminal sitting in front of a computer in a dark room with a hooded sweatshirt on.
Let's be honest; it's pretty cool to be able to whip out your cell phone at a restaurant and pay a friend for your half of dinner in about 10 seconds using a mobile payment app.
2020 has taught the world a lot about adapting and acceptance. The corporate world and government agencies saw a massive spike in data breaches, ransomware, and cybersecurity attacks during 2020 than in previous years.
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.
With the myriad of privacy and security threats out there today, it is more critical than ever before to secure your Mac for safe browsing and computing.
Cybersecurity is a hot topic these days, with ransomware around every corner and data breaches and hacks on the news daily. We also hear a lot about data encryption, and although it's a common phrase, not everyone really understands what it means.
With ransomware attacks on the rise, you cannot be too careful these days. Since most of us store a good deal of important things on our computers and mobile devices, it's essential to know what to use to back everything up if you need to restore because of a crash or ransomware takeover.
Identity theft is something on everyone's mind these days, with data breaches occurring almost daily, leaked and exposed information, and ransomware at an all-time high.
Just about everyone these days has a home network with many devices connected 24/7 to the internet. Hackers have been ramping up their game since COVID-19 started, and they are finding new ways every day of breaking into your home network to extort money, commit fraud or use your system for other crimes.