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Putting Off Cybersecurity Is Putting You at Much Bigger Risk Than You Realize

It may seem hard to justify when your company is getting started, but the longer you wait, the more difficult and expensive it gets to protect your business from hackers.

Jaime Manteiga

Cryptojacking Preys on the Uninformed. Is Your Computer Safe?

The rise of crypto has introduced a new problem: cryptojacking. Here's how to protect yourself.

Kevin Leyes

After Online News Spat, Google Blasts Microsoft Over Exchange Server Flaws

In a blog post defending its commitment to funding journalism, Google also slams Microsoft for failing to secure its products from hackers.

Michael Kan

5 Signs of a Smartphone Hack (and How to Protect Yourself)

Cyberattacks have exploded this year, and your mobile device is not exempt from being targeted.

Alex White

Report: Instacart Customer Data Is Being Sold on the Dark Web

Instacart denies there has been a breach of its servers, so where is the personal data coming from?

Matthew Humphries

5 Types of Business Data Hackers Can't Wait to Get Their Hands On

Take steps today to upgrade your data protection. Your company's future just might depend on it.

Lucas Miller

Login Credentials for Over 500,000 Zoom Accounts on Sale Via the Dark Web

The seller likely obtained the Zoom login credentials by exploiting past data breaches, which contain email addresses alongside previously used passwords, according to security firm Cyble.

Michael Kan

FBI: Watch Out for 'Zoom-Bombings' on Online Video Meeting Apps

The FBI's Boston field office issued the warning after hijackers infiltrated two school-held Zoom sessions to harass a teacher and display the swastika sign.

Michael Kan

Hackers Just Attacked US Health Agency to Slow COVID-19 Response

The US Department of Health and Human Services was reportedly hit with a cyberattack Sunday night, Bloomberg first reported, but there's no evidence the hackers were successful.

Aaron Holmes

Hacking of Jeff Bezos' Phone is Tied to Saudi Prince, Reports 'The Financial Times'

The stunning allegation reportedly comes from a forensic analysis Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos commissioned to determine the culprit behind the hack, which resulted in his private photos ending up in the hands of the 'National Enquirer.'

Michael Kan