Keeping your personal and online data private and secure is paramount. You’ll learn how to stay safe online with the best firewall and anti-virus software, how to manage your passwords and how to recognise scams and security risks.
Antimalware software won’t protect you from a rootkit infection, so what can you do about the new LoJax infection?
Can you trust your new phones and tablets, or is malware being secretly installed between the factory and the store?
Surfing the web anonymously is one way to protect your online privacy. Here are the best anonymous web browsers to use.
Google is making it easier for you to delete your Search history. So you can now delete your history from the Google homepage.
Not every Wi-Fi network you access is safe. Some of them might even be fake. Read on to learn about Rogue APs and Evil Twins.
With a cybersecurity talent shortage and cybercrime epidemic, how can companies fight hackers? With artificial intelligence!
Are tech giants struggling to deal with negative aspects of free speech? Are they using censorship, or simply failing to moderate?
How can you tell if your phone is tapped? And can you know who tapped it? Let’s look at the warning signs and what you can do.
White-hat hackers versus black-hat hackers. Here are the most famous hackers in history and what they’re doing today.
Need to create an encrypted USB flash drive? Here are the best free tools to password protect and encrypt your USB flash drive.
Sometimes you need to hide your IP address. Here are some ways to cloak your IP address and mask yourself online for anonymity.
Need to set up a VPN on your Mac? Here are your options and best practices for a secure VPN.
Data breaches don’t only hit share prices and government department budgets. What should you do when news of a breach strikes?
Computer viruses can steal or destroy your data in many ways. Here are some of the most common virus types and what they do.
Malware has become more difficult to detect. What is modular malware, and how you stop it wreaking havoc on your PC?
Need to install a VPN on your Apple TV? There are three ways to connect an Apple TV to a VPN. Here’s what you need to know.
Newsflash! Your browser leaks personal information. Here’s how to find out what websites learn about you with each visit.
Concerned about online security and safety? You might be confident that your devices are secure now, but what about next year?
So much is going on each month in the world of cybersecurity. These five stories are shaping online security right now.
Google is shutting down Google+, at least for consumers. This is due to low engagement levels, as well as a potential data leak.
If you’re a business owner, cyber security should be one of your top priorities. Here are 10 security statistics you should know.
There are steps you can take to prevent being hacked on Facebook, and things you can do in the event your Facebook getting hacked.
Having your Facebook account hacked is a nightmare. Here’s how to secure a hacked Facebook account and contain the damage.
If you have cards, passports, or devices with RFID chips, then an RFID-blocking wallet could be important for keeping your data safe.