Safe Apps: How Can You Tell?

Safe Apps: How Can You Tell?

StandHogg Hits Google Store According to Forbes, Google Android Threats continue to permeate through malware ridden apps that may affect...
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Emergency Actions After Hacking

Emergency Actions After Hacking

Hacking has become ubiquitous on the internet. With even major companies like Evernote getting hacked, it’s not hard to imagine...
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OnePlus Reveals Second Data Breach in Two Years

OnePlus Reveals Second Data Breach in Two Years

Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been the victim of a data breach in which an unauthorized party gained access to customer's...
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What You Need To Know About Disaster Recovery Planning

What You Need To Know About Disaster Recovery Planning

Natural disasters have a way of wreaking havoc on Earth. However, is that the only disaster you need to remain...
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Fraud Prevention With Good Cybersecurity Practices

Fraud Prevention With Good Cybersecurity Practices

Financial fraud cases show up in the headlines regularly. Yet people don't necessarily connect these cases to cybersecurity. However, it's...
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Insider Threat – The Unseen Risk

When it comes to threats in cybersecurity, the insider threat is not the first one that comes to mind. Malware, ransomware, hacking, and denial-of-service attacks dominate the headlines. But more often than not, an insider

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GDPR Cybersecurity Impacts

GDPR affects more than just Europe. All organizations that retain or manage EU citizen data must comply with GDPR. All organizations that hold EU personal data…

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Malicious Software- What About It?

Malware, or malicious software, is purposely designed to cause damage and infect your computer, and give access of your computers contents to cyber criminals. Whereas the development of malware previously was limited to amateurs…

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Cybersecurity Training Options

Cybersecurity training is essential to the development of the cybersecurity industry at large, as well as an essential practice to ensure our countries’ safety. In a world where cyber-attacks target our government, our businesses, our identities,

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