Cybersecurity Perceptions of a Connected Home

Cybersecurity Perceptions of a Connected Home

While connected devices continue to populate homes, they are being targeted by new and evolving attack methods. Cybercriminals seek to take advantage of unprotected home networks, the end-users are becoming increasingly aware of the new threats. However, they lack...

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Avoiding an IoT Hack: 5 Tips for Better Security

An IoT hack can have very serious consequences. A living example of that is a Russian PIR Bank that recently lost $1,000,000, because hackers managed to gain entry to its local network via a compromised router. As the Internet of Things grows, so will the malicious...

New Approach to GDPR: Using Machine Learning to Enhance Privacy

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on the 25th of May. Although this particular law applies to the European Union, it does not only concern businesses registered there: every entity that has EU clients will have to comply with it. GDPR...

Mobile First: Security Concerns and Solutions

The majority of people – 83%, in fact – use their mobile devices to go online. 89% of these users connect to the internet via a mobile device every day. However, their security is severely lacking in almost all aspects. As advanced as their connectivity...

New DNS Encryption Tools Accelerate Privacy Online

Brand new Domain Naming Service (DNS) Cloudflare is gaining firm ground among internet users. Unlike many other DNS providers, Cloudflare positions itself as strictly privacy-oriented service. According to CUJO AI data, it has acquired nearly 4% of the total DNS...

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

2017 was the year when it became clear that we need to take our online security seriously. Huge companies like Uber or Instagram fell victim to breaches and hacks. Not to mention the most significant breach of the year brought you by Equifax. Many are asking the...

Reaper Botnet: How ISPs and Telcos Can Protect Home Users?

75.4 billion connected devices will be online by 2025. The critical problem with smart devices is that they are not secure by design. Most Internet of Things (IoT) gadgets in the automated homes are unprotected against hacking, phishing, unauthorized access, and...