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10 Ways To Own Your Cybersecurity In 2020

One of the best New Year’s resolutions anyone can make is to learn new ways to secure their personal and professional lives online, starting with ten proven ways they can

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The Surprising Truth About SMS Security

Have you heard of SIM swapping? The nasty form of attack was documented by ZDNet writer Matthew Miller last June, who detailed the horror show unfolding after he found his services had

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Cybersecurity: Awareness is Only the First Step

European Cyber Security Month (ESCM) is an annual campaign designed to raise awareness of the myriad of threats individuals and organisations face in today’s ever more connected world Click here

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New study reveals important precautions against cybercrime

Though modern security systems on all of our mobile tech make things a lot easier, cybercrime is still a major threat. Of the various nefarious methods hackers use, ransomware is

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Phishing dominates UK cybercrime landscape

Of all reported incidents in 2019, almost half were related to phishing. If there’s one thing General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) did for sure, it gave us a clearer picture

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PayPal Confirms Password Vulnerability

A security researcher discovered a high-severity bug affecting PayPal’s most visited pages: the login form. According to security researcher Alex Birsan, while exploring PayPal’s main authentication flow, he noticed a javascript

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Fraud Is Eroding The Customer Experience

Are you worried about fraud? Concerned about giving out your credit card number or Social Security number over the phone—or to an AI (Artificial Intelligence)-fueled bot? You’re not alone. According

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Consumers Prefer Biometric Authentication to Passwords

Passwords are a double-edged sword: they are meant to protect information, but they are also frustrating with so many to remember and manage. A recent Visa survey showed that 68%

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Why 2020 should be the year of public sector cybersecurity training

Public sector organisations cannot risk a cyberattack, and training is one of the best ways to prevent this. In 2020, organisations across the U.K. public sector should reprioritise their security

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4 Cyber Security Attacks Small Businesses Might Face

The internet boom came bearing many gifts for businesses and individuals alike. Some of them include an interconnected world, e-commerce, and social media. However, it also brought with it many