Our personal, digital, national and military security depend on a safe cyber space.
How Can You Communicate Online In a Reliable Way?
In the past, it was very difficult for people to communicate with other people who were far away. They have developed a number of ways for this. One of them is communicating with smoke.
Spear Phishing Prevention in 2021
If you are looking for the ways by which you can prevent your site, data, industry or an organization from the hackers and attackers, then this article is for you.
Washing Your Hands Online: Applying COVID-19 Lessons to Cybersecurity
“Cutting out bad habits is far more effective than cutting out organs.” — Herbert M. Shelton One year ago, in Hong Kong, we heard about an unknown virus causing viral infections in Wuhan, China. As we experienced in 2003 with the SARS, people in Hong Kong started buying detergent, disinfectants, and masks in early 2020, which was also my first time to learn about all the specifications of medical masks.
Website security and DDoS attacks
Website scan security and DDoS attacks are rising concerns for both small and large companies all over the world. Many webmasters use DDoS attacks as a means to drive visitors and clients to their websites, and the resulting traffic statistics can be staggering. Some attacks cause so much damage that the website goes offline for days or weeks while the damage is repaired. For webmasters that are taking the time to secure their websites, there is now a fast and easy way to do so.
3 Security Mindsets for Engineers, Consultants, and Architects
“The only real security that a man can have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience and ability.“ — Henry Ford
Why I Hire Non-IT Graduates in The Cybersecurity Field
I am always amused to tell new friends about my job because no one knows what a security consultant is. Some confused security with securities (as in the stock market, which Hong Kong famous for), some only know about IT. On one occasion, my friend asked why I studied at university and became a security guard.
What is cybersecurity? Everything you need to know
What is CyberSecurity? Cybersecurity is the protection against cyberattacks from devices linked to the Internet, such as hardware, computer software and data. Individuals and businesses use the practice to protect themselves from unauthorized access to data centres and other computerized networks.
The modern marketplace is an ever-evolving place that continues to change daily. E-commerce (Electronic Commerce) is a wide range of transactions that occur over the internet. This industry has helped change the way that consumers purchase and receive their goods and services. In addition to changing shopping habits, the world has been presented with a new set of security issues that need to be addressed to ensure everyone’s continued safety. Addressing the security concerns of the new-found marketplace falls under cybersecurity. While the name sums up the purpose of the program, there are several different ways it can be used to deal with arising issues.
What Happens When You Log In with Your Facebook or Google Account?
We all have seen the button that says “Login with Google” or “Login with Facebook” and if you are reading this, chances are, you have probably used it too. So, what exactly happens when you use this kind of logins instead of a traditional “sign up for an account and then login” and how does this process actually work! Well, you’ve come to the right place.
How To Ensure Your Business Data is Secure
How To Ensure Your Business Data is Secure If you have a computer and internet connection, then there are plenty of reasons to start using a high-quality anti-virus program, and it is especially important to find out how to make sure your computer is kept safe. You can get an online anti-virus software program or you can buy an anti-virus product that has been designed specifically to protect computers from viruses and spyware.
4 Ways Your Browser Leaks Personal Information
the browser can easily become be a leaky faucet when it comes to identifying personal details that could then be exploited by attackers for financial gain. Here’s how your browser might be compromising your privacy and what you can do about it.
Evolution of Ransomware: Growing Threat To The Organizations
Ransomware is known to businesses of all kinds, small to medium to large, and to individuals as the “prominent threat” since the mid-2000s. Back in 2017, the Crime Internet Complaint Center (IC3) of the FBI had received 1783 complaints on ransomware attacks that had extorted the victims and forced them to pay a ransom of over $2.3 million. Considering these complaints, it is just those cases of ransomware attacks that had been reported.