Technology seems to have come a long way since the turn of the century. Back then, most of us had sturdy, box-like desktops with a connection to the internet that was sluggishly slow by today’s standards. Social networks were still in their infancy, online banking didn’t exist and no one had even heard of apps. … More 4 top security tips for parents
Black Friday and Cyber Monday promise to offer some fantastic deals at low prices. But it’s also a time of year when cybercriminal scams are aplenty. Here are six top tips to help ensure its a fun and safe experience. Spot those phishing emails Phishing emails are often used by criminals trying to steal your … More You are 6 security steps away from Black Friday brilliance
ESET Ireland’s latest survey reveals people believe the bullies and their parents should take responsibility for cyberbullying. Is it the education? The schools? The Gardaí? Online websites? Social media? The victims themselves? Who should bear the brunt of responsibility for cyberbullying? According to the last survey commissioned by ESET Ireland and carried out by Amárach … More Who is responsible for cyberbullying?
There are many spooky things in this world of ours and Halloween helps to bring them all under the spotlight. Does your biggest fear involve spiders, zombies, ghosts, and horror movies or is it rather something from cyberspace? Many online users would probably opt for the latter – especially if they have had an experience … More Trick or treat? Beware so a ransomware won’t end up between your Halloween sweets
In today’s fast-paced world, software developers are often pushed to their limits, especially when it comes to working on projects with strict deadlines (and often commissioned at short notice). These “quick deliveries” come with a price though, as unwanted flaws and vulnerabilities may sneak into the code. But there are ways of mitigating these risks, … More 3 recommendations that can make your applications safer
While some companies are pretty strict about their cybersecurity policies, others adopt a more flexible approach. The problem with the former is that being too rigid can actually be counterproductive – it’s like trying to control the tide. You might succeed in keeping a part of the shore dry, but you have to be careful … More Business security: Is simpler better?