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8 Steps on How to Protect Your Site from Cyber Attacks

It can be frustrating to open your website in the browser just to find that it has been taken down by the hackers. Once a site is hacked, it can quickly affect its position on the search engine. After all the hard work and time you spent on your website, you don’t want hackers to come to your website and mess with it. To protect your site from cyber attacks, you should start taking the necessary steps to enhance its security. The following are 8 steps you can take to protect your site from cyber attacks. 1. Get Updated with … Continue Reading…

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7 Ways Your Website is Probably Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

The procedure for creating a business website is fairly cut and dry. You buy a domain, design the site, optimize it for SEO, and publish content that supports your business goals. You might not be aware of it, but in the process, you’ve opened the door to a world of Internet vulnerabilities. Cyber-attacks are real and common now, and you should understand your greatest areas of weakness to minimize the risk. You may not even realize you’ve suffered an online assault right away. An attack can come in the form of a site upload, a spammy email, a link on … Continue Reading…

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The Cyber Security Risks on Social Media – Learn from Case Studies

Social media is a great way to share information. Social media is based on the fact that we trust messages on social media platforms more than we do elsewhere, especially if they are messages that are forwarded to us by a friend. It’s something that makes for a great way to form genuine relationships online, but it also opens us up to cyber attacks. How the risks open up? The way that people do this is by a method called spear phishing. At its core, it’s very similar to the old email malware viruses that people are now very wary about. … Continue Reading…

The 5 Biggest Hacks of 2016 (Including Yahoo, LinkedIn, iPhone & Tumblr)

Within the last year, it has become the norm for hackers to break into websites, steal precious data and then bargain that data for ransom. Of course, there is a certain community of genuine hackers who will often help law enforcement agencies decode some of the clandestine communications by terrorists or other criminal groups. This “WikiLeaks” style of hacking is often received with varying perspectives, depending on which side you identify with. The rest of the hacking activities worldwide could be viewed as a rogue activity; the consequences of such hacking could be far-reaching. Last year was a time of … Continue Reading…

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Tips for Business Leaders to Bear the Brunt of the Most Critical Cyber Crimes in 2017

In today’s online world, our organizations have become entirely dependent upon internet and cloud computing to accomplish their routine tasks. Internet and cloud computing is just not about doing routine tasks; it has become a principal mean of communication between employees, suppliers, and customers.  So much dependency of businesses on internet and cloud computing has been attracting numbers of thugs or criminals to misuse business organization’s confidential information and sensitive data that they store in their computer systems and software. Recent headlines of security breaches are the proof of our weak security practices towards cyber crimes. Almost every day there … Continue Reading…

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Top 10 Tips to Detect and Remove your Phone Spy Software

Cell phone spyware has become one of the greatest threats to the privacy of your mobile data and the functioning of your mobile phone. Unbeknownst to many users, these apps are able to access your text messages, e-mail, call history, location, and can also record your voice calls in some instances. Today, these apps can easily be installed on your phone without your consent or, more often, you install them without knowledge of all of their functions. That said, knowing about the presence of spyware and how to remove it is important for all end users. Here are some of … Continue Reading…

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8 Types of Cyber Attacks That Can Harm Your Online Business

Cyber security is nothing but securing vital and confidential information such as banking information, client information, and passwords from various forms of online assaults such as hacking, virus, spyware and more recently, ransomware. The larger the business, the more complex cyber protection can become especially for business collecting payments via credit cards online. As millions of dollars’ worth of transactions is conducted on the World Wide Web daily, there is a growing need to impose effective protection and measures to counter and repel cyber related crimes. Business must continuously update their software and internal procedures since new threats are being … Continue Reading…

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Choosing the Best Antivirus Software

Over 30,000 websites are hacked a day, and approximately half of American adults have been hacked or experienced malware attacks within a 12 month period. And these attacks range from simply irritating, like compromising your internet browser, too expensive and disastrous. The dangers are real, and hackers are only ever improving their capabilities. Antivirus software is a programming software that is needed to protect your computer against most of the viruses, malware, Trojans, hackers etc. These invaders can access your personal files and DATA and can destroy many important things. So isn’t it time you put more thought into your … Continue Reading…

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Ransomware Prevention Technologies

Identity theft, credit card fraud, password breaches and other hacker attacks have been cast into the shade by news about ransomware lately. According to a recent research, crypto viruses were behind 42% of IT security breaches in UK organizations over the course of 2015. Ransomware is trending among all types of cyber criminals. It is growing in the number of infection instances, the number of active variants, and the amount of losses that the victims suffer. The security industry has been playing catch-up with computer viruses for years. Now that antimalware vendors are confronted with such a serious adversary, they … Continue Reading…