Cybersecurity

Why Corporate Bigwigs Must Now Look To IT Professionals For Help

When it comes to keeping business running smoothly, corporate board-of-directors need to be proactive, especially nowadays. This includes supporting the infrastructure that handles the organization’s digital data, storage, and utilization. Not long ago, a company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) or Chief Information Officer (CIO) was the central authority in IT decisions; however, that role has

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Must-Know Tips On How To Protect Your Bitcoin Wallet

Recent reports claimed that Rakhni, a ransomware strain, has developed a new coinminer component that allows it to sneak into the funds of Bitcoin users. Rakhni is said to have the ability to lurk around a targeted computer before inflicting an attack. It then can either infect a computer right after sneaking in or run

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Here’s How Secure Remote Access Can Lockout Threats

Remote access may give employees the ability to access work-related data without being physically present, but it also puts them at risk of losing it all. Because anyone will have the power to access the organizational network when remote access is enabled, it becomes a potential target for cyber crimes that can compromise the network

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Here’s The Right Mindset Against Ransomware

Businesses of all sizes have been investing in security software and fundamental cybersecurity infrastructure for decades. The antivirus industry has grown into a huge industry on its own from its humble beginnings of just being a small utility a user can optionally be bought and came with a floppy disk media. In fact, the very

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Five Android Antivirus Apps vs Google’s Own Antivirus Solution

Android has been on the market since 2008, and this year 2018 marks a decade of dominance in the world of mobile platforms. As part of being dominant in the mobile computing market comes the reciprocal risk of being targeted by cybercriminals. Android, due to its open platform nature enables users the capability to install

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Fixing the Gap in the Cryptocurrency Security

23,952,849 Blockchain wallets, that is the total estimated number of entities that engage with cryptocurrency as of the first quarter of 2018 based on the study conducted by Statistica. The growth of the use of blockchain technology was very quick, as this new trend for speculative investment has expanded from a mere 3 million wallets

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How Is The GDPR Redefining The SME Business World?

Europe has blazed the trail for improved protection of global consumer data, regardless of the owner’s nationality—an effort now known as the GDPR. While it’s true the internet has no real national boundaries and is agnostic of regional policies, companies affected by the new mandate are realizing they must map out some solutions for the

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Thanks To Firefox For The Improved Browsing Experience

Firefox is now different and better. Last year, Mozilla released Quantum which is a new version. Mozilla stated that the innovated Firefox uses less memory than the competitor. It means you can open lots of tabs and browsing will still run smoothly. It brilliantly designed and quick. What Does Firefox Have to Offer? Firefox distinctively

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Commercial Airliners Might Be the Next Target of Hackers

According to documents obtained by Motherboard, cybersecurity experts from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are fearing that hackers will soon find their way to successfully inflict attacks on commercial airliners. DHS claims that most commercial airliners that are being used today lack enough aviation cybersecurity. A successful commercial airliner hacking will not just

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