The Ultimate Guide to the Dark Web
The Dark Web: is it as ominous as it sounds? In this guide you'll discover how the Dark Web came into existance is used by cyber criminals.
How to tell if a Google Play app is fake
For years, reports citing malicious Android apps have been in the headlines. Apps have been known to deliver malware to devices, mine sensitive data and bombard users with ads without their consent. So how do you spot them?
Netflix, Spotify & EA: discover the most ‘cyber-attacked’ brands
The number of high-profile data breaches hitting the headlines has made the public more conscious about the security of their online data and personal information than ever before. In order to get a better idea of where consumer data may be vulnerable to theft, we wanted to investigate the brands most commonly ‘attacked’ by cyber criminals.
How to identify a malicious website
Malicious websites come in two forms; they host malware or are used to phish for sensitive information, tricking users into revealing sensitive data such as login credentials for online banking websites. But when a website looks legitimate, what should you look out for?
WhatsApp: surveillance software issue may open up a can of worms
WhatsApp – a free messaging service owned by Facebook – recently reported that surveillance software attack had been detected, affecting an unknown number of users. But how did the attack happen in the first place and how will it affect users?
What is social engineering?
Social engineering scams are constantly evolving which can make protecting yourself difficult – but not impossible. The key is to educate yourself and be aware of new threats and trends.
What is the Dark Web?
Cyber security companies will often refer to the ‘Dark Web’ but what exactly IS it, and how can it affect you?
5 ways to keep your family safe online
Cyber related crime costs UK victims £190,000 a day (source: The City of London Police) and as our lives become exponentially more ‘digital’, that figure is set to increase.
Over 982 million records exposed by email validation company
When GDPR regulations were enforced, many of us were left thinking that our data would finally be respected and used only as specifically outlined. But in one of the latest data leaks containing over two billion records, evidence shows we have a long way to go when it comes to regulating how our data is shared.