Talking to children about the internet: A kid’s perspective

A 14-year-old shares his thoughts about technology and the potential privacy and security implications of the internet. Talking to children and teenagers is not always an easy task – we’ve all been teens before, huh? When I first approached Xavier, 14, to talk about how he engages with the online world, I was quite concerned … More Talking to children about the internet: A kid’s perspective

Safer Internet Day: Together for a better internet

Today we stand by our friends and colleagues throughout the industry to make the internet a safer and better place for all, especially children. Together we can ensure a better internet. #SaferInternetDay #SID2022 From the Safer Internet Day website @ https://www.saferinternetday.org/ Join us on Tuesday, 8 February 2022 as we celebrate the 19th edition of Safer Internet Day with actions … More Safer Internet Day: Together for a better internet

ESET Research discovers watering hole attacks on websites in the Middle East with links to Candiru spyware

ESET reveals research into a campaign of strategic web compromises targeting the websites of media, government, internet service providers and aerospace/military tech companies, with links to the Middle East and a strong focus on Yemen and the surrounding conflict.  The targets are located in the Middle East: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen; in Europe: Italy, … More ESET Research discovers watering hole attacks on websites in the Middle East with links to Candiru spyware

A safer internet for children – a parents’guide

Many of us at ESET are parents like you. We feel the need to guide our children through life and protect them from harm, but today the responsibility is a tremendous challenge. With increasingly complex mobile devices, new communication platforms and a quickly evolving online language, there’s a great deal for parents to learn in … More A safer internet for children – a parents’guide

Popular routers found vulnerable to hacker attacks

Millions could be at risk of cyberattacks due to poor default passwords and a lack of firmware updates. Millions use Wi-Fi routers that contain various security flaws and may put them at risk of cyberattacks, an investigation by British consumer watchdog Which? has found. Together with Red Maple Technologies, Which? looked at 13 commonly used older router … More Popular routers found vulnerable to hacker attacks