VPN vs Zero-Trust Network Access

Author(s):

Lauren Abshire, Editor, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Virtual Private Networks (VPN) has provided remote workers with privacy while they are connected to a public connection for many years. While zero-trust is newer, it has proven to be quite effective. Especially in an age where remote work continues to increase, as does cyber-attacks. Noticeably, on VPNs. This begs the question, which is more … Read more

Incognito Mode: Are you Really Incognito?

Author(s):

Isabell Gaylord, ,

Incognito Mode

Introduction A lot of people have a wrong impression of Incognito Mode. Some users think this browsing mode covers your tracks completely from anyone, including both other computer users and the government. However, in reality, Incognito Mode is simply a way to keep your browsing history hidden. Additionally, Incognito Mode ensures that you log off … Read more

A Weak VPN Could Be More Destructive Than No VPN

Author(s):

Zehra Ali, ,

Internet to VPN to you

In the present era, an individual’s privacy solely depends on internet security. Your banking details, your pictures, and other sensitive information are available on different channels such as social media accounts, websites, and other online platforms. Therefore, the usage of VPN has increased drastically. But are you sure your VPN is working correctly? If not, … Read more

The Importance of Protected Digital Assets

Author(s):

Frankie Wallace, ,

Digital Assets

A significant number of your digital assets, whether personal or professional, are now digital in this current age. The transfer of business practices, records, and even storefronts from a mostly physical world to a digital plain has developed rapidly over the last couple decades. Because of this, we are increasingly concerned about the security of … Read more

The Evil Twin Attack: Safe use of Public Internet

Author(s):

Patrick Putman, ,

Evil Twin Attack, blue buildings, wifi connected city, smart city

Wireless connectivity has existed now for more than twenty years. And as technology advances, wireless access to the internet increases. Public WiFi access points are everywhere. They exist in restaurants, coffee shops, and shopping malls. Even entire cities offer public access to the internet. Additionally, if you carry a phone, you likely have wireless access … Read more

Defense Against Man-In-The-Middle Attacks (MITM)

Author(s):

Jack Warner, ,

MITM, malicious figure stealing card info from a computer, ransomware

What You Need For The Best Defense Against Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) Attacks Man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks involve the interception of communication between two or more digital systems. Because of this, they are both difficult to detect and to resolve. The best solution, therefore, is defense. Unfortunately, that too has its’ challenges due to a varied range of … Read more

Always Read the Privacy Policy for Your VPN

Author(s):

Obaid Chawla, ,

Privacy Policy Ipad terms and conditions on a table arrangement coffee laptop keyboard

You Didn’t Read the Privacy Policy?! The privacy policy is the single most important document governing the guidelines around which a VPN functions. However, it has almost become a ritual to not read it. Everyone knows that it’s there but no one actually reads it, except for a few cybersecurity geeks and VPN reviewers. Unfortunately, … Read more