As Alex Jones is discovering this week, data can be very valuable. Here's what organizations can learn about data security.
Getting the privacy settings on your social media accounts right is essential to your online security.
Hackers clone accounts on Instagram, especially for professions that are hard to verify.
The email address you provide a website can be infinitely shared, bought and sold. Here’s how to track who’s behind all that spam.
Rudy Shepherd is a respected artist who experienced a Zelle scam that revolved around an art sale.
Critical security vulnerabilities in GPS vehicle tracker could allow stalking, ransom attacks and loss of life.
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2021 has been yet another banner year for ransomware. Here’s how the current threat landscape looks going into 2022.
Email continues to be the Achilles heel of cybersecurity for organizations, especially small- to medium-sized businesses.
Ransomware poses a significant threat to our nation, and is a daily problem for businesses and organizations. Normalizing will make it worse.
Hundreds of small to medium-sized companies were hit by a record-breaking ransomware campaign over the Fourth of July weekend.
Here's a breakdown of the most significant hacks—ransomware and otherwise—this year.
The lucrative nature of ransomware has spawned supporting companies and organizations -- on both sides of the law.