Now that many of us are traveling again, it’s time to assemble our cybersecurity travel ditty bag. Here are three essentials you need to protect your laptop and smartphone while on the road.
If you are traveling this holiday season – and many of us are – you would be smart to take the same approach to securing your digital data as you do to securing your home.
Is any real difference between Smart Keeper and Lindy port locks? We provide a side-by-side comparison of the two brands.
If you’re having trouble shopping this holiday season for the IT professional on your list, then let us make a few gift suggestions.
Unless you’ve been sailing around the world these last 18 months, then you are probably very much aware that cybercrime is up since the start of the global pandemic. Just how up, though?
While endpoints represent the final stop on the network, they are often the target of hackers and other bad actors – such as disgruntled employees and vendors – because endpoints are very easy to exploit.
Endpoints are become increasingly susceptible to cyberattacks. Unfortunately, these attacks are only becoming more common, having recently risen by as much as 50%.
The digital world is a landmine of viruses, malware, and ransomware. Here, then, are five ways to protect yourself from a USB flash drive attack.
Public charging stations are convenient, yes, until a hacker uses that USB charging port to steal your data and brick your phone.
If the USB flash drive you insert into your PC contains malware, you will likely be victim of one of four types of attacks launched against the PC.