Security

Basic Online Shopping Safety Guide For All

Online shopping at the privacy of one’s home or mobile device is very convenient because you can shop at any time, anywhere, without physically going to a brick and mortar store. In addition, you can even purchase heavy things can be delivered to your home. But just like a regular Thethreatreport.com reader, you should know

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Common Pitfalls That Increase Likelihood Of Data Breach

Mitigating the effects of IT issues can be a great article for someone who underwent the heartbreak of losing data, whether due to an internal incident or an external threat. However, providing tips for that may be a “late” display of concern, as there is already a victim, the incident (or accident) already happened. The

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6 Easy Tips On How To Secure Wi-Fi Router

Some wifi routers are misconfigured fresh from the factory or ISP. It works, but not really tuned for security. Today in we provide you with tips on how to secure your wifi router in a non-complicated presentation. There may not be many people who are messing with router settings at the time of purchase, but

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The Fundamentals of Drones And Its Security

Drone is a common name for UAV: ​​Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, there is also a type of drone on each of the land, sea, and air, which are called UAV, UGV, and UMV, respectively. The current drone for civilian and military use can fly autonomously by GPS and inertial navigation system. What is confusing is that

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At What Level An AntiMalware Product Is Still Effective?

New cybercrime techniques aimed at PCs and mobile devices are emerging every day, and it seems that the use of integrated security software that provides multi-layered defense measures is a shortcut for strengthening countermeasures. Or that is what the antivirus vendors would like everyone believe. Who are involved with cybercrimes: Persons who seek information on

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Dangers Of Trusting Everything Found Online – Security Tips

First of all, in cases where you usually use a PC and a security warning is displayed that is not very surprising. Windows for the longest time since Windows Vista 13-years ago had introduced a concept many people were annoyed about, User Account Control. However, not all warnings should be ignored, especially if the warning

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Firm’s Convenience VS Security, A Free Choice

As we have emphasized in this website many times in the past, security and convenience are two opposing principles when it comes to the digital lifestyle of an individual or a business entity. Each time convenience becomes the focus for an entity, the natural side-effect of a wider attack surface is the result. The measure

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Image-I-Nation Supply Chain Data Breach Reported

A supply chain data breach detected at Image-I-Nation has reportedly impacted customers of some of the major credit agencies. The supply chain data breach was experienced by Image-I-Nation Technologies, Inc., which provides hosting services and software to consumer reporting agencies like Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. As per reports, this breach might have resulted in users’

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Cyber Security Is A Culture That Needs To Be Practiced

The biggest weakness of security breaches are the people, but at the same time, they can also be your organization’s biggest defence. The massive telecom data breach, stolen credentials, data compromised are some of the daily issues that we see these days. All of these major breaches resulted from mistakes of individuals. Despite years of

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Why Securing Small Business Against Hacking is Important

It’s not just the big businesses that are hacked, smaller ones too are targeted by cybercriminals. Well, while big companies would have the resources to survive even multiple big data breaches, smaller ones might get shattered with just one small breach. The losses incurred due to a data breach (financial loss, loss in customer trust

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