How do people feel about security, privacy, and the Internet of Things? A global survey was held to gain insight on how people from different countries value their personal data. See the results in this infographic.
The variety of things people do online has given cybercriminals more avenues and ways to distribute malicious links that spread malware and steal data. Here are some of the most common tricks they use, and a guide on how to spot them.
Data loss and theft are common these days, given that data sells big-time in underground cybercriminal markets. This World Backup day, check if you can actually survive a series of data disasters should they happen to you.
British Airways froze thousands of Executive Club frequent flier accounts after confirming “unauthorized activity” from a third party. The number of affected users is unclear, but reports claim that tens of thousands may be affected.
What would you do if an agent from a legitimate company called you, offering technical support for a problem you didn't know your computer had? These days, cyber scams are going offline. Here's how to spot one.
Our idea of “secure” should reflect the reality that there will always be threats and vulnerabilities. The first step to ensure your online safety is to be aware about the different kinds of threats. Find out what you can do to prevent online abuse.
Certain consumer-grade Lenovo laptop models shipped out between September and December 2014 came pre-installed with Superfish, a visual search technology that not only exhibits adware behaviors, but also allows cybercriminals to snoop in secure communications