How can we help kids avoid security horrors and stay safe from rogue online “neighbors” at Halloween and thereafter?
How can you stay safe in a world where “smart” is the new default?
What are the emotional triggers and errors in judgment that make you fall for an online scam?
The times they are a-changin‘, so how do you build and sharpen the skills that you need to avoid being left behind by the digital revolution?
What are some essential steps you can take to increase your online safety – now and in the long run?
Some online resources that will help you find the most suitable IT forensic tools for each case
WeLiveSecurity is happy to support the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) with its own “two cents”, split into four articles over the course of October that will be dedicated to promoting the campaign’s goals
The final few months of 2018 will likely be a busy time of year for people and cybercriminals will be no different as they continue to look for weak spots in networks
Should schools and businesses do more to combat the shortfall of cybersecurity professionals by changing the hiring process for those interested in having a career in the industry?
The Bugcrowd crowdsourcing platform launched Bugcrowd University, an educational platform for security researchers that aims to contribute to the development of bug hunting skills
Get a better understanding of cybersecurity with this list of free online courses that you can take to become more cyber-aware
While training employees will not guarantee complete cyber safety for companies, it could go a long way to making workers more cyber-aware
How to use parental control apps to protect children and the fine line that exists between controlling the use of technology and invasion of privacy
Row after row of startup tech here has tiny modules designed to be mashed up into the next big thing if their founders have anything to say about it, and the trend continues.
As baby boomers retire and the employment gap in cybersecurity is plugged by generation x, we look at how millennials are set to shape the industry.
Cybersecurity should be a priority for educational institutions, says ESET's Lysa Myers. It's important to protect students and staff from cybercriminals.
The number of women working within the infosec industry is “continues to remain low”, and could be exacerbating the skills gap within the industry.
ESET's Lysa Myers looks at the shortage of qualified information security talent to fill positions, discussing ways in which to plug the infosec talent gap.