How secure are you?
Instances of cyber crime surged last year, yet the number of firms taking steps to protect themselves from attacks has declined. It is bad enough for individuals who get hacked, but a cyber breach could prove disastrous for a company’s brand
With terrorist groups recruiting through seemingly innocent apps, babycams being hacked and scammers siphoning money through malware, it’s not unreasonable to worry about our level of cybersecurity.
Tech has made life easier for individuals and businesses, but it has also exposed them to an increasingly sophisticated cohort of cybercriminals. For the regular user, cyber attacks may threaten their privacy and security. However, for companies relying on tech such as cloud storage and servers,...
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