The federal agency urges organizations to ditch the bad practice and instead use multi-factor authentication methods. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added the use of single-factor authentication to its brief list of bad practices that it considers to be exceptionally risky when it comes to cybersecurity. “Single-factor authentication is a common low-security … More Don’t use single‑factor authentication
If you’ll be watching Sports Streaming events on your SmartTV, laptop, tablet or cell phone, learn the tips to keep you and your personal data safe. After a year and a half of cancelled global events, the 2021 summer season is proving to be full of major sporting events across the globe, and all sports are … More Sports events and online streaming: prepare your cybersecurity
Is the message real or fake? Take our Phishing Derby quiz to find out how much you know about phishing. Phishing comes in a number of forms and remains one of the most pervasive online scams, as both consumers and businesses face an incessant stream of unsolicited emails, texts and even phone calls where bad actors impersonate a trusted … More Would you take the bait? Take our phishing quiz to find out!
It won’t be music to your ears – researchers spot an unsecured database replete with records used for an account hijacking spree. Researchers have found an unsecured internet-facing database containing over 380 million individual records, including login credentials that were leveraged for breaking into 300,000 to 350,000 Spotify accounts. The exposed records included a variety … More Up to 350,000 Spotify accounts hacked in credential stuffing attacks
Password recycling or using easy-to-guess passwords are just two common mistakes you may be making when protecting your digital accounts. Typing in a password to access one of the tens or hundreds of services that we use has become such an everyday part of our lives that we rarely give it a second thought. Quite … More 5 common password mistakes you should avoid