Currently, most computers are connected to the network, and various information is exchanged beyond national borders. Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets have also been used in business, personal entertainment and productivity are way more than desktop PCs. In addition, the IoT (Internet-of-Things) technology that connects machinery and equipment used in production processes, social infrastructure, homes, etc. via the Internet is spreading like wildfire.
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Most small businesses just rely on an antivirus tool to mitigate cyber risks, despite the fact that hackers show an increasing tendency to target small businesses.
Small businesses leave many devices unprotected, which causes security risks. Moreover, with BYOD devices and IoT devices being used in large numbers, cybersecurity is becoming crucial for small businesses today. But then, would it be good to have just an antivirus tool alone? Or, would such businesses have to choose endpoint sec
I recently read a friend’s post about her family’s catastrophic woes dealing with a hacked Apple ID account. Her story was so troubling that it inspired me to remind folks of some of a few small security things that slip through the cracks in our daily lives that can cause a profound impact on our personal digital lives. Even as dedicated IT professionals, there are minor, crucial details which may blend into the background as part of modern life.
Let’s briefly discuss five commonly-forgott
Every app installed on your smartphone with permission to access location service "can" continually collect your real-time location secretly, even in the background when you do not use them.
Do you know? — Installing the Facebook app on your Android and iOS smartphones automatically gives the social media company your rightful consent to collect the history of your precise location.
If you are not aware, there is a setting called "Location History" in your Facebook app that comes enabled by