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[Video] Learn How the Football Star Protects Himself from Prying Eyes
Meet the legend of Liverpool Football Club, one of the most famous players in the club’s history, Robbie Fowler. “Toxteth Terror,” as he was once known, earned his name because of his sheer talent in goal scoring. And it was his ruthlessness in front of goal what led the Anfield crowd to call him a “God,” who later became a club legend.
Phishing Tests: The Only Way to Keep Your Business Safe from Email Phishing Attacks?
Imagine yourself as an employee having your morning cup of coffee while checking your email box. Suddenly, an email from your CEO pops up asking to urgently confirm your attendance of a meeting with your Google account details. Without much thinking, you do what you were asked. Next morning, you receive a message from the management saying you have been caught by your own company’s phishing experiment.
Five Simple Steps to Ensure Online Security for Businesses
Small and medium businesses are the most vulnerable to cyber threats. Various surveys show that about 60 percent of them would close within six months of a major cyber attack. Despite that, few SMBs have an active and up-to-date cybersecurity strategy.
Traveling but Still Want to Access Bollywood Movies Online? Here’s How to Connect to Indian TV by Using VPN
India’s outbound tourism is on a serious growth: By 2020, 50 million Indian tourists per year will be traveling abroad. But travelling overseas usually means you cannot take your favorite TV channels with you.
International Day of Older Persons: Top Tips to Keep Seniors Safe Online
On October 1st, the world celebrated the International Day of Older Persons. This international day was initiated by the United Nations. It is estimated that there are almost 700 million people over the age of 60 worldwide, and this number is rapidly growing every year.
Can We Make the Internet Great and Free Again?
Thirtysomethings can still remember the days when Internet meant open, secure, and neutral space to share, search, and communicate. It promised democracy, equality, and knowledge. A decade or two ago, user privacy meant being online with no one else peeking over your shoulder. But times have changed…
Social Engineering: How Cyber Criminals Thrive on Human Psychology
Social engineering is becoming one of the most popular methods used by cybercriminals for both big and small crimes. Essentially, social engineering is a way to gain access to networks, systems, or data by exploiting human psychology and curiosity rather than using technical hacking techniques. Using a variety of methods, including phone calls and social media messaging, attackers trick people into giving them access to valuable personal or corporate information.
How to Avoid Cyber Threats While at FIFA World Cup 2018?
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is just around the corner. In just a few days, on Thursday, June 14th, the biggest football tournament in the world will take center stage in Russia. Even though such events bring national pride and enjoyment, cybersecurity experts warn that fans at the World Cup might be attractive targets for hackers.