You Don’t Wannacry

CYBERSECURITY WannaCry: How to protect yourself, what’s happened so far and what could happen next A worldwide ransomware attack has been thwarted for now, but security experts are staying on guard in case new versions of the ‘WannaCry’ program emerge. Here’s what we know iSTOCKPHOTO   The latest The global cyberattack that took computer files Read More …

How to manage your security settings on Facebook

With more of our lives going online, and especially on Facebook, it’s more important than ever to have control over who sees what. Facebook has made several changes to its privacy settings over its lifetime, so it’s worth checking up to see if you’re still only giving the people you want your private information and Read More …

For small businesses a data breach can mean …

For small businesses a data breach can mean reputations damaged, clients lost, and professional licenses at risk. That’s why Norton Small Business gives you the same protection used by Fortune 500’s, packaged at the right size and price for small business. With Norton Small Business, you get more than anti-virus software. You get a complete Read More …

Use LinkedIn? You might want to change that password …

Another day, another security breach. They’ve almost become routine to many of us. AVG AntiVirus 2015 Professional 1 PC 1 Year This latest one actually happened in 2012, when LinkedIn, and later EHarmony, revealed that hackers had stolen the login info for about 6.5 million users. The new development is the revelation it actually affected over 100 million users. Read More …

10 Worst Online Scams and How to Avoid Them

Would you click? This scams never get old! It just happened to us yesterday (#5. Account-verification phishing scams). Be aware and Think Before You Click! From remote-impersonation scams and sextortion to fake antivirus and tech support, here are the threats you need to know. Source: 10 Worst Online Scams and How to Avoid Them

Five Ways We Unknowingly Help Cybercriminals Compromise Our Workplace – McAfee

In October of 2000, we were introduced to the film “Pay It Forward.” The central idea of the heartwarming movie is that one good deed should beget three others, and the world will be a better place for it. That same idea is constantly at play in the cybersecurity world, but instead of good deeds, Read More …