Did you hear that the US government banned Kaspersky anti-virus software from all government computers?
We hear about government hacker teams going after each other in epic hacking matches, but do we ever hear of regular hackers doing the same?
The eighth installment of the largest hack on Earth was revealed by Wikileaks. You guessed it, it’s Vault 8 and it’s another installment of CIA’s secret weapons stolen by Snowden.
Remember those allegations that the Russian hacked into the US elections?
As if hacking into heart rate monitors, smart home systems, and iPhone cameras wasn’t enough, the hackers are going hook, line and social and are sabotaging your Facebook account.
In a climate of cell-phone dependency, we need to trust in our Providers religiously, which is why when a threat appears, to knock our faith in our cell phone security, we are thrown sideways.
Is it just too easy for hackers? Or are the rest of us just so far behind? It appears the red tape is tripping us up over and over again...
As 2017 is drawing to a close, big companies are ramping up their cybersecurity measures for 2018.
With multifaceted and overlapping malware, ransomware, spyware and botnets, cyber criminals have to tirelessly toil away, negotiating the price of malware with other online thieves - it's a tough n