Once upon a time, it was possible to prevent personal data from getting into the hands of the wrong person by using a paper shredder and a bit of common sense. However, with the rise of digital culture and social sharing, information traditionally shared between friends – such as relationship status, personal photographs, birthdate and … More Stay safe with our Facebook cheat sheet
Today, Tuesday 10 February, has been declared “Safer Internet Day” – a day for all of us to work together to “create a better internet together”. A noble cause, and one that WeLiveSecurity strongly supports. But you’re probably fed to the back teeth with articles from us telling you to use unique hard-to-crack passwords on … More It’s Safer Internet Day. So where is our Internet of Secure Things?
February 10th is Safer Internet Day, promoting online safety, particularly to young people. ESET Ireland has just completed its latest Irish online security survey which showed worrying results among Irish youth. Last year news headlines were full of stories of celebrities online accounts hacked and various private pictures including those of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Rihanna, Arianna Grande … More 7 out of 10 Irish youths shared photos that would embarrass them if made public
February 7th is international Safer Internet Day and it focuses mainly on safe internet use among children and young people. Just very recently ESET Ireland has ordered a survey to show if children are supervised online. The results are shocking as they reveal that up to 73% of children are left entirely unsupervised online. We … More Focus on Child Safety on Safer Internet Day