Can using a public computer at a hotel or library put you at risk of being hacked?
With Christmas shopping underway, new computers and laptops are flying off the shelves, but they aren’t always secure right out of the box.
Did you know that your browser itself can be vulnerable to hackers?
They’re called “Stranded Traveler” scams and they are on the rise. These phony email schemes are intended to con you out of your money.
If you ever received a phone call from a tech company out of the blue, it’s most likely a scam or an attempt to hack your computer.
Sixty-three percent of computer and software vulnerabilities discovered could have been avoided last year if people had simply applied the m…
More than 100,000 computers are thrown out every day here in the U.S., but only 13% are disposed of properly.
Nowadays free public WiFi is everywhere. The coffee shop, the library, the airport; you name it.
More than 80 percent of web initiated crimes involve social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
A new email scam targeting taxpayers has emerged.
Ransomware stops you from using your PC. It holds your PC or files for “ransom”. Here’s how to avoid that in this weeks Cyber Security Minut…
Usernames and passwords are getting easier to hack into every day.
According to one cyber threat report, one out of every 2,000 Emails is a phishing Email, trying to snag your personal information and often,…