How are businesses of different sizes using FinTech solutions?

For the purposes of this blog, we have categorized small businesses as comprised of 2-49 people, medium as comprised of 50-499 and large as comprised of 500+. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have long been underserved by traditional financial providers. Yet, over the past few years, we have seen new FinTech offerings come to the … More How are businesses of different sizes using FinTech solutions?

Trust your surveillance? Why hacked cameras are very bad

When a breach captures a part of us that is unchangeable, does it mean that we have allowed technology to pry too deeply into our lives? We have read about the recently released footage, complete with facial recognition and deep looks into private spaces that were never supposed to be public, and wondered if it’s safe to … More Trust your surveillance? Why hacked cameras are very bad

Google Chrome and ESET collaborate in fight against online threats

ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, is continuing to partner with Google to protect Google Chrome users. ESET’s award-winning technology is used by Google to scan, identify and remove unwanted software encountered by users of Chrome for Windows. The extension of the cooperation on Chrome Cleanup, part of Chrome’s Safe Browsing feature, continues the close … More Google Chrome and ESET collaborate in fight against online threats

Cybersecurity Trends 2021: Staying secure in uncertain times

ESET experts look back at some of the key themes that defined the cybersecurity landscape in the year that’s ending and give their takes on what to expect in 2021. 2020 has been a year like no other in living memory. It will go down in history for many things, but they all pale in … More Cybersecurity Trends 2021: Staying secure in uncertain times

10 billion records exposed in unsecured databases, study says

The databases contain personal information that could be used for phishing attacks and identity theft schemes. Researchers have found close to 10.5 billion pieces of consumer data that has been left sitting in almost 10,000 unsecured internet-facing databases hosted across 20 countries. The data is said to include email addresses, passwords, and phone numbers. The study was … More 10 billion records exposed in unsecured databases, study says