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Military Cybersecurity Lapses Raise Missile Attack Threat

In a recent investigation by the Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General, investigators found that several DoD facilities neglected to take basic security precautions, such as encrypting flash drives and physically locking critical computer servers.

Cybercrime Trends We Can Expect to See in the New Year

As 2019 approaches, we would like to believe that cybercrime is becoming less of a problem. Unfortunately, that is anything but the truth.

Touch ID Scam a Threat to Health Apps and Other Users

Touch ID is a convenient feature. It easily unlocks devices in a way that seems safe and secure. But recently, a handful of scam apps have emerged that make this convenient Apple feature not as safe or as secure as one would hope.

Cyber Threat Report Highlights Five Areas of Concern

There are still several serious threats in the cybersecurity landscape. Accenture Security iDefense identified five in a recent report.

Recognizing Malware Starts with Knowing Its Many Forms

Although many people know that malware harms computers, most do not have a good understanding of exactly what that means.

Six Common Types of Viruses That Can Infect Your Computer

Viruses can attack your computer at any time, so knowing how to protect yourself and common types of viruses is helpful in preventing attacks.

Teaching Your Children the ABCs of Cybersecurity

Protecting businesses from hackers and insiders is a routine priority. However, there are attacks on personal computers, and children may be the victims.

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Six Things to Do

October means many things. There is the coming of Halloween, cooler temperatures and shorter days. October is also National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM).

WannaCry: The Threat May Be Mostly Gone, but the Danger Lives On

When it comes to cybercrime, it seems as if hackers who want to invade our privacy will stop at nothing. Although ransomware is given cute names, the attacks are anything but cute.