In 2013 we have seen many ups and downs with internet security and surveillance. Here we take a look at the most prominent security issues we were faced with in 2013.
Computer are facing cyberthreats even when unplugged. A considerable threat through air gap computer security is concerning the military. Cyberthreats jumping air gap…
Cloud computing providers are at risk for not surviving. Many cloud computing companies are in competition with each other. One in four cloud providers will be gone.
India is asking the United States for help in monitoring web chats to try and get terrorist before they get them. Monitor web chats consist of social media, video messages…
It’s important for websites to have an HTTPS in the URL. Cyber Monday shoppers need to be sure they are using a secure website when entering in personal information.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are perfect for cyberscams to invade your internet. Cyberscams are hitting your email, social media sites, and popular websites.
Zbot/Zeus malware is claiming to be a security patch and taking over your computer. If you get an email saying it’s time to update, don’t trust it!
Fake Obamacare websites are filling the web. Be very careful when trying to sign up for insurance. Go directly to the Covered California site.
Holiday shopping is on the rise, and so are cybercriminals. Watch out for holiday scams this year, over 200,000 new infections are aimed to take your money.