The coronavirus is laying the groundwork for a massive cyberattack. Experts say we’ll see the largest cyberattack in HISTORY within the next six months.
Endpoint security business cases do much more than just quantify costs and benefits; they uncover gaps in endpoint and cyber protection that need urgent attention to avert a breach.
Scammers Send 3.1 Billion Domain Spoofing Emails A Day. Here's How To Protect Yourself (And Your Company)
How do you know an email from your bank is actually from your bank? Or that an email from your boss isn’t from a scammer in Ukraine?
Here’s what you need to know about the U.K. government’s contact tracing app—how it works, whether it’s safe, and whether you should use it.
The current coronavirus pandemic is the first global pandemic that many of us have experienced in our lifetimes. It’s also the first pandemic ever that is being fought, and in many cases won, through innovative technologies providing medical solutions.
Coronavirus contact-tracing apps harm privacy. Regardless of whether they protect the data they collect, they require users to walk around with their smartphones on all the time, which is a privacy risk in itself.
For businesses fortunate enough to allow their workers to work home versus letting them go, this sudden surge in remote access due to the COVID-19 pandemic has created many security problems.
One of the most significant changes brought about by the Coronavirus outbreak has been the mass move to working from home.
It’s officially the Zoom era. As COVID-19 took hold across the world, most of us have used Zoom or an equivalent to meet colleagues, chat to friends and family, or take an exercise class.