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In the second blogpost of this two-part series we'll suggest handy tips to help enhance the security of your mobile devices
With 2019 ending, ESET experts offer their insights into how new innovations will impact our privacy, security and lives in the not so distant future
Experts weigh in on whether schools should teach kids the skills they need to safely reap the benefits of the online world
ESET researchers discover a previously unreported cyberespionage platform used in targeted attacks against diplomatic missions and governmental institutions, and privacy-concerned users
We sat down with internet pioneer and Farsight Security CEO Dr. Paul Vixie, who co-invented some of the services that are central to the 'Net's fabric, to discuss a range of issues affecting security and privacy
Why you should ensure that all those apps on your smartphone only run with the permissions they reasonably need to do their job
Firefox new Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) feature launched to all users of the browser to offer better privacy and protection from cryptojacking.
As San Francisco moves to regulate the use of facial recognition systems, we reflect on some of the many ‘faces’ of the fast-growing technology
A reflection on whether this approach to addressing IoT security challenges can ‘deliver the goods’ and how consumer awareness can help
How approaching cybersecurity with creativity in mind can lead to better protection from digital threats
The databases, sitting unprotected on cloud servers, contained reams of information amassed by two apps integrated with the social network
Aren’t we just making it too easy for online followers to become real-life trackers with the amount of open data we are posting online?
The social network says that the passwords were never exposed externally and that it found no abuse of the glitch
A bright tomorrow of technical delight, or a dismal future of digital dysfunction?
Innocently providing your name at your local coffee shop is just an example of how easy it can be for miscreants to cut through the ‘privacy’ of social media accounts
The company is rushing to fix a glitch that may let other iPhone users hear and see you – before you answer the call
As another thing to improve this year, you may want to route your focus on a device that is the nerve center of your network and, if poorly secured, the epicenter of much potential trouble
There’s a digital treasure trove to be had in your home so you should take steps to protect it
In case there are some blank entries in your laundry list of New Year’s resolutions, we have a few tips for a bit of cybersecurity ‘soul searching’. Here’s the first batch, looking at how you can fix your good ol’ passwords.