Disposal of old tech requires thought and effort and the need to cleanse the device of any personal data is just one of the concerns
In December 2013 news broke that Target suffered a breach that forced consumers and the cybersecurity community to question the security practices of retailers
A welcome return to the hacker conferences of yesteryear
A recent survey carried out by ESET has revealed that Americans are worried most about cyberattacks on the financial sector, listing it above attacks against hospitals, voting systems, or energy supply companies
As the unofficial beginning of the holiday shopping season catches us up in the frenetic hunt for all those fantastic bargains, the shopping bonanza presents a host of risks to your online safety. Here are a few tips for going on a shopping spree and staying safe
90% of Canadians surveyed agreed that cybercrime was an important "challenge to the internal security of Canada"
Almost all young people recycle their passwords, often doing so across work and personal accounts
Prevention is the best option but people continue to search for the easiest way out
The need to defend a growing threat surface highlights the widening cybersecurity skills gap
ESET CTO Juraj Malcho outlines some of the ways in which organizations can reduce their cybersecurity risk
Taking advantage of the celebration of the Day of the Programmer, we share some audit tools to evaluate the security of your code
An overview of some of the cyberattacks that Canadian organizations faced in the summer months of 2018
The first week in security video round-up from WeLiveSecurity
Federal agency issues Notices of Violation to Datablocks and Sunlight Media for allegedly facilitating the installation of malware through online advertising
You’ve set up an out-of-office auto-responder and packed your stuff, but have you done all of your “homework” before you rush out the front door for that well-deserved time off?
The principle of least privilege is a security strategy applicable to different areas, which is based on the idea of only granting those permissions that are necessary for the performance of a certain activity
Healthcare sectors, critical manufacturing, food production and transportation also said to be targets for cybercriminals
It’s tax season in Canada and scammers are using fake tax refund forms to lure victims into supplying their personal information via phishing pages
Some aspects of online tracking go beyond just website analytics
A closer look at Anti-Malware tests and the sometimes unreliable nature of the process.