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A tenth of all cyber-attacks are easily preventable: report

Last year saw a surge of criminal cyber activity, with as many as 304 million ransomware attacks recorded globally, a...
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Cybercrime is a cash cow for heinous misdeeds - interview

Besides crippling businesses, cybercrime also fuels much more cruel crimes, such as human, weapon, and drug trafficking, and sex slavery....
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It seems I bought a PS4 for $1000: Ambien shopping or a scam?

I've always wanted a PlayStation. And if I hadn't already bought one during the peak of recent quarantine boredom, I...
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The most underrated retro computer was a commercial flop

It's hardly a surprise that TRS-80, Commodore PET, or Apple II appear on almost every list of authoritative devices. One...
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Report: these businesses are a perfect ransomware target

While certain businesses get bombarded with cyber attacks, others enjoy worry-free operations with little to no concerns about threat actors....
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In most cases, paying the ransom is the obvious way out - experts

If we ban paying the ransom, cybercriminals won’t scatter like cockroaches in the kitchen when the light is turned on....
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It's time to talk about conversational customer service

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In the age of instant gratification and one-click check-outs, the expectation from tech-savvy consumers is continuously on the rise. But...
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Access Now: governments vilify and persecute information security researchers

The white hat hackers might be the unsung heroes of cybersecurity. Yet, governments worldwide are still persecuting them for finding...
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