Your telephone and email are vulnerable points of attack by hackers, but you can guard these portals with simple security steps. Ed Bott with ZDNet.com reports on devastating hacking incidents that could have been prevented. Continue reading for tips to protect your phone and email data from devastating attacks.
Extortion scammers have found a new hook to bait Internet users: old passwords. A new wave of messages that began popping up in mid-July has stepped up the ploy by showing passwords in the subject headers as attention-grabbing ‘proof’ that someone has deeply burrowed into your computer and has your personal information.
It’s hard enough to keep your technology secure when you’re working from the office, even harder when you work remotely, but while on vacation, it’s even trickier to keep your devices and data safe. A little bit of preparation and being a little tech security savvy can prevent headaches during your summer vacation and the rest of the year.
Be wary of the USB stick you plug into your computer. These small flash-memory drives used to easily share files from computer to computer have become one of the easiest ways for hackers to install malicious software and gain access to a computer.
There are three ways these malicious attackers use USB sticks to compromise your data and hardware.
Here at Sinu, we spend our time safeguarding critical data so our customers can focus on what they do best - running a business. But often, the greatest threats to our data security come through our email. We’ve all been repeatedly warned to check for suspicious downloads, but often Trojan horses come with a logo from your local bank or credit union.