There’s never a good time to find that your business has been hit by a cyber attack. The scale, impact and how you cope with the attack is crucial for your company. Here are the five main cyber threats to look out for and how you can protect yourself and your organization from them.
May 4 is Star Wars Day, and @STOPTHNKCONNECT is celebrating with a Twitter chat. We’ll share best practices for dealing with the most common cyber threats. Join this discussion, featuring the Identity Theft Resource Center and other experts, to learn how you can fight the Dark Side of the web and use the Force of good cyber habits.
When a malicious cyberattack affects the urgent health care of patients, it is probably not unreasonable to consider it a weapon.
How safe are our smart homes and the data they collect?
Just as you tidy up your home, the National Cyber Security Alliance and Better Business Bureau encourage everyone to make digital spring cleaning an annual ritual to protect critical information and devices.
Learn how you can freshen up your online life with a digital spring cleaning, ways to secure your personal information on social media and signs of a bitcoin scam – along with recent family online safety news.
According to an Experian study, 33 percent of the 15 million Americans who have been victims of identity theft had their devices hacked while traveling, so it’s very important to protect connected devices before taking off and while on vacation.