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Cybersecurity Trends: What to Expect in 2019?

  Rarely does a day go by without a hacking attack taking place. A 54% rise in mobile malware in 2018 proves this fact. Provided that a cybercrime statistics  undermined many sectors of life (actually, the cases of cyber attacks on IoT devices increased by 600%), it’s time to think about online security before it is too late! The history knows many facts of devastating hacking attacks and data loss:

Your Smart Home Devices Are Threatening Your Internet Security

There was a time when only computers were connected to the internet. Speaking of computers, we are referring to the range of devices encompassed under the tablets, smartphones and desktop/ laptop umbrella. Today, things have changed to the extent that even a key could be run on a Wi-Fi connection. Putting it in the proper technology parlance, we would say such a key – or any other connected device for

The Symbiosis Between Technology and Education

When the topic of technology and education gets brought up, most people expect one to talk about the negative effect. For instance, how children are now less focused due to the fact that their gadgets and devices have made the real world too dull for them or the fact that they use in-class time to browse the internet. On the other hand, it’s simply unfair to blame the tool for

Cost-Saving Ways to Implement a Cyber Security Plan

The obligations of maintaining sufficient cybersecurity are growing for individuals, businesses, and governments alike. The global cyber security market, once valued at $3.5 billion in 2004, is projected to reach $231 billion by 2022. The number of targets at risk is also growing at an alarming rate. According to experts at Intel, our planet could have 200 billion connected devices by 2020, about 26 “smart objects” for every single person

How to Keep Your Data Safe in Shared Offices

Nowadays, many entrepreneurs use shared offices for their business operations. The main reason these shared spaces are so popular is that they provide suitable work conditions and work environment for various people. Not only that, but they’re also a more affordable option than renting out an office space for your business or purchasing a property for that matter. However, with all the benefits that shared offices can bring, also come