Your password is the modern-day key to all of your information and most people are treating them like keys left under the doormat. Without proper diligence, strong passwords and regular changes you are leaving your personal information, systems and important gateways like internet banking and government portals open to intrusion. Think it won’t happen to
Privacy Awareness Week runs from May 4-10 and presents individuals and businesses with an opportunity to review their data security. Data theft remains the leading motive for cybercrime and more than half of the world’s population are more concerned about their digital privacy than they were 12 months ago. Data theft remains the leading motive for cybercrime
Data encryption essentially scrambles information to make it unusable, unless you have the virtual keys to unscramble it. It is a technique that has been used to send secret messages since 600 BC when the Spartans used a wooden rod called a scytale to decipher words inscribed in leather that was wrapped around the stick.
You’re stuck at home, everything you love doing is closed and you’re bored, we get it. But don’t turn to Facebook quizzes to chew through the hours or you could face serious data privacy issues. We have all seen them in our Facebook timeline (and other social media platforms). Those seemingly harmless quizzes designed to be shared