In Quentin Tarintino’s 'Inglourious Basterds', Lt. Archie Hilcox (Michael Fassbender), a British spy posing as a German officer, blew his cover by simply ordering a drink. How? He orders three glasses by holding up his index, middle and ring finger.
When little whispers of the Coronavirus turned into deafening roars spanning across continents, no one was ready.
What’s the first image that pops into your head when you think of a cybercrime victim? Is it a clueless, tech-illiterate person who uses the internet once a year only to install malware instead of the promised free antivirus software?
Cybersecurity is constantly gaining importance. As people conduct more and more of their lives online, they need access to systems that they can trust to protect their information. User authentication tends to be one of the greatest challenges of security because it will always rely to some extent on users who are not experienced with security. Multi-factor authentication provides a powerful solution.
1. Practice Good Password Safety
In the past decade, Muscovites have been under cyber attack. Hackers have used it as a tool to breach financial institutions' databases, install spyware, and infect computers of innocent users. In general, hackers attack websites to get personal data and private information. But there are several more ways through which hackers can gain unauthorized access into your computer.
Phishing attacks are increasing rapidly worldwide as hackers use this kind of cyberattack to access millions of users' data. Surprisingly, hackers have discovered a new way of targeting people's information, and this time streaming services are on their hit list.
Today, DevOps is being integrated into organizations thanks to the many benefits that this structured approach can bring.
With the ever-growing number of ransomware attacks and the fact that ransomware is becoming more sophisticated, I’ve decided it’s worth writing about. Ransomware statistics for 2019 illustrate vividly the ransomware examples that have disrupted the lives of millions of people in the United States, Europe and other countries around the world.
DDoS refers to distributed denial-of-service attacks that originate from multiple systems spread across different locations on the Internet. After 20 years of evolution, they can be more devastating than ever. DDoS attacks are large-scale attacks that occur when multiple systems are coordinated to launch a denial of service attack. They are one of the most common ways of disrupting the Internet and causing significant damage to websites and services.
The ‘Internet of Things’ or simply IoT; is evolving at a great pace to become one of the fastest-growing enterprises whole over the business world. The recent report on IoT security states that spending on IoT-relate devices will soon reach $1.6 billion just in the next five years. Furthermore, widespread popularity for IoT devices has resulted in more and more people opting for IoT app development. So, many financial opportunities have come to the front, yet some concerns concerning security have also come to the floor.