A "drive by download" is a cyber attack where visiting a website or hovering over an Ad causes malware to infect your computer or device.
Spear phishing is a targeted cyberattack to steal your information. You should be aware of the dangers of this and how to address them.
A truck full of security studies show nearly every small businesses has exposed data and poor cybersecurity policies. Either build and execute a cybersecurity strategy or expect to be a victim of cyber crime. Be prepared, be proactive, and be safe.
Your Wi-Fi password is the network security pass you use to connect to your home network. This password is important because it protects your system from intruders.
Many homeowners are just unaware of the security threats that a wireless network might provide if not adequately safeguarded by a secure Wi-Fi network. We would never leave our house's front door unlocked. So you should do the same and never leave your Wi-Fi networks unprotected since it exposes you to the same or even worse threats.
Failing to plan is a plan to fail. The vulnerability of your small business's digital infrastructure is dramatically increased without a sound cyber security plan. Business plans help achieve desirable outcomes. You don't want to be a cyber attack victim, so build a plan.
Trojan horse computer viruses are malware disguised as or hidden in legitimate software. Hidden from view and ready to attack.
Certificate authorities are the guardians of digital identity. They come in both public and private capacities. Certificates issued by them are trusted because information are validated from the requester’s own records and/or from third party sources.
Keylogger is a digital surveillance tool. They can track every click, touch, key stroke, download and conversation carried out on the device they are installed on
In cybersecurity, a Back Door Threat enables a hacker to gain unauthorized access to a computer or digital device at any time.
DNS hijacking is no laughing matter. It is a serious security threat that is consuming the cyber world. The critical role of DNS for network security has made a primary target for facilitating mass data theft.