cybersecurity

Our personal, digital, national and military security depend on a safe cyber space.

  • Julia Beyers
    Published 22 days ago
    Case to Learn: Big Companies' Protection of Users vs Hackers' Attacks

    Case to Learn: Big Companies' Protection of Users vs Hackers' Attacks

    The systems of corporations, large companies, cryptocurrency exchanges, and online casinos are in the high-risk group. And it's logical because they contain a large number of accounts, as well as important information. What do users and companies use against hackers today and can it help them to protect valuable data?
  • Jitendra Kr.
    Published 23 days ago
    Things You Must Know About the Palo Alto Firewall Training Program

    Things You Must Know About the Palo Alto Firewall Training Program

    Learn how to better design, install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot applications to prevent cybersecurity threats. This article includes important information about the Palo Alto Firewall Training Program that helps enhance your career growth.
  • Flora Mayer
    Published 24 days ago
    The Risks of Public Wifi and How to Stay Safe

    The Risks of Public Wifi and How to Stay Safe

    In a bid to entertain their customers, airports, coffee shops, shopping malls—and literally all public places—provide free Wi-Fi. And because the traffic in and around these places is exceedingly high, their Wi-Fi networks aren’t as secure as you’d imagine. For what it is worth, your privacy can never be sufficiently protected by a 5 or even 10-digit login password that you are given. Data thieves are wittier and more determined to mine your data than ever before; they will bypass that password protection in a heartbeat!
  • Damien Justus
    Published 25 days ago
    Is Facial Recognition Flawed?

    Is Facial Recognition Flawed?

    When it comes to security and personal identification, technology is picking up for when companies need verification of a person immediately. This is being incorporated into high risk and high-security areas such as airports, corporate facilities, and government offices. It is also starting to be used in retail to help people make payments.
  • Elsie Weisskoff
    Published 26 days ago
    7 Tips for a Credible Website

    7 Tips for a Credible Website

    What makes a website credible? This is a question that both companies and consumers need to consider. With 18.5 million websites infected with malware at a given time, companies need to be sure they are building safe sites. Meanwhile, consumers are risking the loss of their personal data any time they make a purchase on a site that's not secure.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 27 days ago
    Combat Mistrust of Technology

    Combat Mistrust of Technology

    In an increasingly connected world, the risks to democracy and freedom of expression are also greater. The Internet forever changed the dynamics in which society consumes information, breaking paradigms, and creating others. It is a revolution that is still going on today and will hardly be stopped.
  • teisha leshea
    Published about a month ago
    Identity Theft
  • Kevin
    Published about a month ago
    How to Know Your Data Is Safe

    How to Know Your Data Is Safe

    In this age of technology, the importance of data is enormous. For a company, data is very important, as they contain private information of the clients, customers, investors, employees, and even the owners of the company. If, somehow, the data of a company is hacked, it can be a nightmare for a company. To prevent the hacking of data, there can be a lot of preventive measures that you can take to protect the network of your company. It is first important to realize the importance of keeping your data safe and then take all necessary measures to make sure that your data is safe.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about a month ago
    The Best Languages to Learn When Studying Code

    The Best Languages to Learn When Studying Code

    The best coding languages to learn for cyber security
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 2 months ago
    A Few Tips to Make Web Surfing More Secure

    A Few Tips to Make Web Surfing More Secure

    Everyone is a target for hackers. They want personal information to sell. Even the groups claiming to be good are committing crimes and ruining lives. A person needs to know what to do to protect themselves, even on their personal computer. A George Washington University cyber security degree would be a great way to better understand how to securely protect your information. It just takes a few simple tips and a person can be less worried. Caution, planning, and taking care of little issues will solve most of the biggest issues. By doing so, a person will not have to be paranoid about their next web surfing adventure.
  • Kevin
    Published 2 months ago
    Security Software Worth Investing in

    Security Software Worth Investing in

    You live in a world of technology where business run by keeping valuable data. The data is kept in a secure digital space in a network. Now you may keep the data offline in your organization. But it is still connected to the network of your business, which is connected to the internet, which means it can be hacked or corrupted. For keeping your data secure there are many techniques you can apply. One of the most basic techniques is to apply security software in your network that protects your network from any kind of outside threats like viruses, spyware, malware, ransomware, and many other types of security threats. Another advantage of using security software is that you can buy it for a cheap monthly package. The alternative to that is hiring a cybersecurity expert or a team of cybersecurity experts which can be really costly. In this article, some of the world's best security software will be discussed.
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published 3 months ago
    4 Tips to Optimize Network Performance

    4 Tips to Optimize Network Performance

    Here are several tips that you can use to optimize your network performance.