Here are some of the biggest cyberattacks over the last week, plus several ways you can protect your information whether or not it has been compromised.
A new email scam has emerged, and the scariest part is who the sender appears to be. Here are some things you should do immediately if you’ve downloaded a suspicious file or think you may have been targeted by phishers.
Today’s Weekly Drop is a collection of questions and answers that address various aspects of protecting your privacy — online and in everyday life. Let’s take a look.
This week’s must-read articles focus on unseen (or difficult to spot) threats — like malware that infects your computer without all the fanfare of an accompanying ransom demand or miniscule mites that carry deadly diseases.
What happens if the next cyberattack takes down our financial system? Would you still be able to provide for your family? If your answer is no — or even a tentative yes — take a look at today’s first must-read article.
Last week, a new phishing scam swept the internet. This week, retail stocks may come crashing down, taking the rest of the markets with them. And next week, warmer temperatures mean mosquitos will start bringing their deadly diseases to a backyard near you. This week’s batch of must-read articles addresses each of these threats and more.
Time for another edition of the Weekly Drop! I certainly hope this has been a useful tool to effectively answer your most pressing safety and survival questions. But if you’re a more hands-on learner, boy, do I have an opportunity for you
Internet privacy regulations are on the chopping block this week, which means it’s more important than ever to do whatever you possibly can to protect your personal data.
It’s one of the biggest threats we will face in the near future, and we as a nation are woefully unprepared. But here’s how you can prepare for when the power goes out.
Hackers are attacking smartphones with a new type of malware, stealing your personal information and putting you at risk. Here’s a simple way to check if your device has been infected.