Sensitive and confidential information comes in many forms but is generally any information you would not want disclosed. Examples of this information include:
Adobe recently released updates for the Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader programs. These updates address 85 security vulnerabilities, including 47 critical vulnerabilities, in Mac and… Read more »
Like many people, you’re probably more relaxed about tapping links on your phone than you should be. Hackers and criminals know that you’re more likely… Read more »
Security researchers have recently discovered a type of malware infecting Internet routers around the world. Called VPNFilter, this malware is thought to have already infected… Read more »
The IRS is aware of a number of scams targeting taxpayers. In one common scam, victims receive a phone call from someone claiming to be… Read more »
Recently, a new Netflix-themed phish campaign has been making the rounds. In this scam, users receive an email, appearing to be from Netflix, stating that… Read more »
Security researchers have identified hardware vulnerabilities that affect most computer processor chips, including those made by Intel, AMD, and ARM. The vulnerabilities, known as Meltdown… Read more »
Cyber scammers don’t take breaks during the holidays, so remember to stay alert for phish, phony web sites, and other scams during the winter break. Check… Read more »
There are many ways you can protect yourself online, and October—National Cybersecurity Awareness Month—is the perfect time to learn about them.
The Federal Trade Commission provides valuable information about how to report and recover from identity theft.