If you’re among the many people who delay updating the apps on your smartphone, ignoring the latest one from the free messaging service app WhatsApp may expose your phone and your personal information to hackers.
As data breaches become more common, it's important to know how to better protect your personal data from hackers. Here are some basic cybersecurity steps you can take.
Were your email addresses and passwords exposed in the massive Collection #1 data aggregation? Here's how you can find out.
For many children, writing their annual letter to Santa Claus is almost as exciting as finding gifts under the tree on Christmas morning. Imagine how excited they’d be if Jolly Old St.
Last week, the credit reporting agency Equifax revealed that nearly 143 million Americans were affected by a massive security breach that put personal information, such as Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s licenses, into the hands of hackers.
There’s something creeping up behind you. It’s none other than the past: that thing you’re always leaving behind. Or did you? From your online footprint to your real-life reputation, what you do today often has either positive or negative consequences in the future.
The issue of cybersecurity has become personal. In 2017, we must protect ourselves and our families from hackers, cybercriminals, predators and scammers. Just consider it good hygiene of the Digital Age.
From the Yahoo email hacks to the digital spying upon the DNC, 2016 was a frightening year of hacking. This is alarming since, year-by-year, our lives are becoming more and more integrated into the cyberworld.
The Cyber Grand Challenge, the first all-computer cyber defense tournament, recently came to an exciting conclusion. Seven computers competed in Las Vegas to autonomously defend their systems from attacks and point out flaws without human intervention.