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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 Security experts commented that Yahoo user accounts and personal information were protected with outdated, easy-to-crack encryption.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 […]

5 Tips For Secure Mobile Banking

Mobile banking may be less than five years old, but it has already brought tremendous changes to our banking behavior and experience.

3 Shiny New Security Features from iOS 11

The new iPhone, and iOS 11 with it, debut on the 12th of September and offer some great security enhancements.

UPDATED – Equifax Data Being Held for Ransom for $2.6m USD in Bitcoin

Hosted on a .onion site which runs on the anonymous Tor network, hackers claim they have the Equifax data and are holding it for ransom for approximately 600 Bitcoin or $2.6m USD

What you need to know about the Equifax data breach

US Credit Reporting giant Equifax recently announced that they have been the victim of a data breach where hackers were able to obtain sensitive personal information on 143 million people.

3 Myths of Smart Home Device Security

“When does it stop listening? Who Is listening?”

Identity theft is at an all time high, here’s what you should do

Consumers are continuing to have their identities stolen at an alarming rate. In the UK, 89,000 cases were recorded in the first 6 months of 2017.

How Data Breaches Affect You & What To Do About It

Millions of people are at risk of cyber crime and don’t take steps to protect themselves because they don’t know how.

Can cyber insurance be the stimulant that society needs to protect itself?

All countries are having to cope with huge volumes of the cybercrime and it seems that businesses and governments are struggling to find solutions.