Keeping Facebook and Twitter safe from hackers

Keep your guard up! Pranksters, malicious attackers, and hackers come in different forms, but they are all after your online privacy and security — especially on social media. There are several things you can do to protect your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Lock screens exist for a reason Lock all your computing devices as soon […]

A primer on watering hole attacks

Cyberattacks come in many different forms, with new methods being developed all the time. What’s bad is that personal information is now often stored online, be it through social media or through government and healthcare services — and these are juicy targets for criminals. Learn more about one way these criminals steal data — through […]

Beware of distributed spam distraction

It’s frustrating to receive dozens of spam messages in your email inbox. Spam mail is so easy to delete, which is why most people think it’s just a harmless annoyance. But hackers have devised a way to make use of spam mail for criminal purposes. It’s called distributed spam distraction, and here’s what you need […]

Savvy Tips to Keep your Data Secure

Let’s face it: cyber criminals are here to stay and just getting more crafty in their pursuit to destroy your data. Insecure data not only puts your business at risk but creates distrust from your clients. We get it. In an ever-evolving landscape of cyber crime, staying ahead of the bad guys can be exhausting […]

Cyber Security Most Misused Terms

The best way to ensure that you are staying safe and savvy online is to understand the language. We have put together 9 of the most commonly misused cyber security terms to help you better navigate the cyber security world. Whether you’re teaching yourself how to update your anti-malware, upgrade your systems, or just trying […]

Authentication Verification: A Common Mistake that Could Cost You

When it comes to passwords, do you know the difference between two-step and two-factor authentication verification? Did you know there was a difference? How about that knowing this difference could possibly save your network? The two verification processes are often confused for one another.