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Over 5 billion stolen records recovered

DynaRisk has recovered over 5 billion pieces of stolen information.

Launching Cyber Behaviours Study 2018

We are very excited to announce our very first research study where we look at a number of factors behind how people secure themselves. The report has a foreword from Adrian Leppard, former City of London police commissioner who gives his unique perspective on cyber crime after a career cracking down on criminal activity. Just […]

Download your Facebook data and be amazed.

Review the data Facebook has on you and consider whether the social network is still worth it.

New DynaRisk Feature – Friends & Family Data Breach Monitoring

We’ve launched a new feature to monitor if your friends or family have been exposed in data breaches.

Cyber Security – The Cost of getting it wrong!

The effects of a cyber breach can cost you your job and if the impact is significant enough you may well have to answer to Government.

Ensuring better security one nudge at a time

“I would never fall victim to a scam…”

PornHub, one of the most popular sites on the Internet, just exposed millions to virus

Millions of users of Pornhub, one of the world’s largest porn sites, were targeted by a malicious advertisement, known as “malvertising” on the site which posed as a critical browser update.

To share or not to share: The Risks of Oversharing on Social Networking Sites

Many of us use social networks to share moments in our lives, our opinions, exciting trips and adventures, or just a night out with friends, but we often do so without fully understanding the consequences of sharing “too much information” (TMI).

Updated info on Yahoo 2013 Data Breach – 3 Billion Accounts Affected!

In an updated filling with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Yahoo revealed that a breach that occurred in 2013 impacted 3 billion accounts, essentially all accounts in existence at that time. Security experts commented that Yahoo user accounts and personal information were protected with outdated, easy-to-crack encryption. All users affected by the breach have been […]