What are APTs, and why are they dangerous?
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What are APTs, and why are they dangerous?

Table of Contents What are the common methods used to deploy APTs?How do APTs work?The threat landscape: The impact of APTs: Mitigating the risk of APTs: Prevention and detection of APTsThe future of APT securityConclusion. An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a type of cyberattack carried out over an extended…

The Importance Of Access Control
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The Importance Of Access Control

Table of Contents What Is Access Control?Types Of Access Control Systems:Implementing Cyber Security Access ControlWhat Are The Advantages Of Access Control?Conclusion: In a world where everything is digitized and interconnected, cyber security has never been more imperative. One of the most critical aspects of cyber security is access control, which…

Here are 5 Signs you Have an Adware Virus
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Here are 5 Signs you Have an Adware Virus

Table of Contents What is Adware?Why is adware a problem?Signs you have adware on your computerHow to protect yourself against adwareHow do I remove adware?Check the search engine – Conclusion Do you see ads constantly popping on your computer screen that was not there before? Well, there are many ways that people…

12 types of Phishing and how to avoid them
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12 types of Phishing and how to avoid them

Table of Contents There are different types of phishing.Email Phishing:Spear Phishing:Session Hijacking:Pharming Phishing:Blast phishing:Evil twin phishing:Whaling / CEO Fraud:Vishing:Malvertising phishing:Smishing:Watering hole phishing:Man-in-the-middle:Conclusion: Email Phishing is one of the more popular tactics that cybercriminals employ to gain access to your private accounts. When cybercriminals email you, they pretend to be someone they…

The Increasing Cases of Malware and Privacy Concerns
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The Increasing Cases of Malware and Privacy Concerns

Table of Contents Cyber AttacksInternet of ThingsMobile Operating SystemsPre Installed malware on devices as a backdoorCompetitionSocial MediaConclusion Malware, rooted in the term “malicious software,” is a plague that has worried users since the dawn of technological innovation.  Malware’s foundation can be traced as far back as the ’40s, with mathematicians…

Everyday Work at Home Security Tips
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Everyday Work at Home Security Tips

Table of Contents 1. Your Home Wi-Fi2. Security Protocols3. The Password is “password.”4. Website SafetyTwo-Factor Authentication (2FA)5. HTTPS6. Webcam and Microphone SafetyTapeSoft-Disabling Your Webcam and Microphone7. Social EngineeringConclusion:The Fundamental Cybersecurity Is Inside of Us Nowadays, it is more and more common to find that our homes are becoming our offices…