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Actionable cybersecurity data to protect
Children are being exposed to technology increasingly each day and at even younger ages than before. Children also have a better understanding of how technology works than adults and parents.
Information and communication technology has become an integral part of teenagers day-to-day life. It transformed the way they communicate, make friends, share updates, play games, and do shopping and more.
We help college students be safe online by educating them on how to prevent their identity from being stolen, how to avoid scams and social engineering schemes and how to manage their online privacy.
There are many types of financial and online threats, and it can be difficult to know what to do when this happens to you, or someone you know. The following data will help you quickly detect those threats.
The increasing reach of the internet, the rapid spread of mobile information, and the widespread use of social media, coupled with the existing pandemic of violence against women and girls (VAWG).
Senior executives are primary targets of hackers, fraud and phishing scams due to their high level of access to valuable corporate information. High profile individuals, their families, and staff have never been easier.
A PE Firms’ most critical asset is information. Vulnerabilities exist and threat actors seek out weaknesses whilst data is static, in transition, or in motion through interconnected entities.
Why bad hackers attack a celebrity? Extort the victim: asking for financial compensation in exchange for not disclosing the information obtained. Get popularity: give themselves the credit of having been able to achieve.
Small businesses are attractive targets because they have information that cybercriminals want, and they typically lack the security infrastructure of larger businesses.
David Simpson - Former Chief of Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau - FCCRead more