Following the revelation that a list containing millions of stolen usernames and passwords had appeared online, we tell you a few different ways to find out if your credentials were stolen in that—or any other—security breach. In mid-January, researcher Troy Hunt revealed that a list was floating around in the storage space of the MEGA … More How to spot if your password was stolen in a security breach
Every now and then it’s good to remind readers of some basic security measures. Although we’ve written about it before, it’s time to look at public WiFi security again. There are several potential dangers when using public WiFi, ranging from privacy issues to cybercrime attacks. But most can be easily avoided by following these simple … More How to stay safe on public WiFi networks?
Two-factor authentication is an underutilized security measure in businesses, yet it can greatly improve the security of an account. it is also recommended as one of the key factors in helping keep data secure in compliance with GDPR. Receiving an extra code to your phone when signing in, is a great obstacle for would-be hackers … More Google Gmail’s Two-Factor Authentication. Know how to set it up? It’s easy!
Top tips to help you avoid being caught receiving or sending phishing-looking emails. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, I suspect you live in a state of perpetual vigilance against targeted attacks such as phishing messages. You know that urgent sounding messages from sender addresses that don’t look right, especially if they include … More Hook, line, and sinker: How to avoid looking ‘phish-y’
Whether travelling to enjoy the matches in person, or watching from home, fans should be on the lookout for foul play. Have you been looking forward to the 2018 FIFA World Cup? So have scammers, kicking it up a notch and looking to cash in on the hype surrounding the quadrennial soccer extravaganza. The fraudsters will … More World Cup scams: how to avoid an own goal