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Hardware/Network

Online Security for Businesses: Everything You Need to Know About Proxie

Browsing the internet with confidence, security, and anonymity should be a staple of any person’s day-to-day internet usage. Sadly, most people do not give much thought to the fact that

Expert Articles

How Vulnerable is Your Data Really?

By Nick Galov – Web Hosting Expert, Content Manager at Techjury.net, By now, most of us are internet savvy enough to realize that we shouldn’t be downloading files off the

Hardware/Network

Smart Home Threats: Securing Your IoT Devices Against Cybercrime and Oversharing

The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses the billions of devices that are connected to the web all over the world. Smart home devices, like virtual assistants, make our lives more convenient but

Software

Internet Safety – The Unforgotten Mass Of Small Users

Living in the age of Cyber Adversity in which the risks from on-line hackers, criminals, cyber-miscreants, not to mention those foes who exist in the guise of service providers wishing to exploit our

Hardware/Network

That VPN may not be as secure as you think

Researchers found some subscription VPN services have programming errors that cause leaks, monitor user traffic, and lack privacy policies — all reasons to set up your own VPN server. If

Software

Zero trust browsing: Protect your organization from its own users

To the casual observer, the cyberattack landscape is constantly shifting. In recent years, the threats and scams have evolved from Nigerian princes to stranded travelers, pop-ups warning of outdated software

Hardware/Network

Safer Internet Day: Are you where you think you are?

Safer Internet Day is an excellent opportunity for users of all kinds to brush up on their cyber safety knowledge — although security practice should be maintained on all days, it

Industry Insights

Internet Society to Issue Privacy Code of Conduct

In time for Data Privacy Day, on Monday, the nine-point guidance will offer insights into how companies can more effectively manage personal data. It’s easy to be cynical about Data

Software

Phishing: The future is zero tolerance

Phishing has long been the proverbial thorn in an organization’s side. It doesn’t have the glitz and glamor of many other headline-grabbing hacks, such as the latest zero-day or ransomware

Software

Why Fixing The Internet Isn’t That Hard

The Internet is a scary place right now, similar to the old American Wild, Wild West, where well-armed gangs of bad guys faced off with common town folk, taking and