Losing your work or personal data is a computing worst case scenario. While there is no shortage of ways you can lose your data, there are also a number of protections that can he...
Data breaches have become a routine. It can happen to any site, any day. You can’t prevent it, but there is a way to minimize the damage.
Despite the fact that we have cheap unlimited Internet connection almost everywhere, there are situations when each megabyte is literally worth its weight in gold.
When a computer is operated by a child, it should be protected against a whole new set of threats. Some popular security solutions fail to provide sufficient protection.
It's getting harder and harder to spot fraudulent online retailers as more and more websites peddling discounted good emerge in the already crowded field of Internet merchants.
Will you enhance your PC security by using several antivirus solutions? Short answer: No.
Having a chance to store as much as we want is a good thing, but is it bringing us more problems than advantages?
Enabling two-factor authentication makes it significantly harder for an attacker to compromise your online accounts, but what is it and when should you use it?
Teaching your child the essential codes of conduct on the Internet is as important as teaching them road safety.
One FIFA-related phishing site included a supposedly downloadable ticket, which turned out to be a malicious form of the Banker Trojan that steals sensitive data surrounding users...