Raising children in the digital age can definitely be an interesting experience. With the internet at their fingertips, new and enriching opportunities are sprouting up each day – but these changes often come with their own set of problems as... Read More
Students in Hartford, Connecticut, will have to wait at least one more day to start the new school year after a ransomware attack shut down the district’s computer system. Officials informed parents that both online and in-person classes... Read More
Spark Mindset Inc today announced the launch of their CyberSpace Virtual Academy Program, a online education service that prepares 6th- 12th grade students for a career in cybersecurity starting September 14, 2020.
Spark Mindset CyberSpace Academy... Read More
While the Wednesday hijacking of several high-profile and verified Twitter accounts appears to have been confined to a cryptocurrency scam, security experts are warning that the platform’s security failures could lead to bigger attacks down... Read More
Marcus Sheridan’s book, They Ask You Answer, inspired me to reevaluate addressing customer questions online. Needless to say, I figured last week’s dustup around the compromised Ring video camera feed in an 8-year-old’s bedroom would be a... Read More
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We’re just days away from one of the most exciting and sensationalized sporting events of the year — Super Bowl Sunday! Do you have your cybersecurity game plan in place?
In the world of cybersecurity, the playbook is all about assembling the... Read More
In an end-of-the-year cybersecurity survey, parents say “fake news” now competes with online sexual predators and social media as Internet dangers facing their children in 2018.
Global cybersecurity leader Panda Security surveyed 1000 U.S. parents... Read More
Whether you use your computer for playing games or online banking, protect your data and privacy by avoiding these cyber security mistakes.
1. Having the same password for everything – you should always try to have different passwords for... Read More
Before I get to the device, let me admit to something up front. I’m a computer guy by trade. I’ve installed and/or managed countless PC’s, servers, routers, firewalls, etc in both homes and businesses. I say this to mean that I wasn’t walking... Read More
Every month, almost 1.5 million new phishing websites are created. This is according to a new report by Webroot, showing just how big of an industry phishing really is.
The Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends Report says that 1.385 million new... Read More
Ransomware is the digital version of extortion. It’s as simple as that. It uses age-old tactics to carry out a modern day crime, but the elements behind it are as old as
human criminal activity itself.
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Cyberthreats to your business are usually blamed on outsiders—nefarious programmers writing malicious code designed to pilfer your corporate intelligence, siphon your confidential customer information and/or raid your financial data. Sometimes, the... Read More
Players and staff with the Milwaukee Bucks had their 2015 W-2 records compromised, after a staffer with the NBA franchise released the records to an email address spoofed to appear as if it came from team president Peter Feigin.
In a statement... Read More
So you don’t think you need a security code on your phone?
I’m an IT guy by profession, so computer and device security has always been important to me. I have passwords on everything I use, lock codes, swipe patterns, if it’s an... Read More