Cybercrime

Teen Who Hacked Musk, Obama Twitter Accounts Gets 3 Years in Jail

Graham Ivan Clark faces a relatively short time in a juvenile facility due to him being sentenced under Florida's Youthful Offender Act, which limits penalties for felons under age 21.

Michael Kan

· 2 min read

Cybercrime Could Cost the World $10.5 Trillion Annually by 2025

Don't let your business become a victim to the onslaught of attacks.

Chris Porteous

· 3 min read

Why IT Security Will be a Prime Concern for Businesses in the Next Decade

The continuous escalation of cyber threats is likely to trigger unprecedented demand for software solutions and employee training.

Simon Moser

· 6 min read

The Rising Significance Of Cybersecurity For Logistics

The direct costs from cybersecurity breaches are growing exponentially, and companies-even small ones-are feeling the need to invest in new systems

Aditya Vazirani

· 4 min read

Strong Authentication and Regular Compliance Assessment Is Core to Fighting Cyber Crime

Companies can look at setting up special advisory committee or crisis management team comprising of executive and board members aligned with the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008

Shibani Patel

· 3 min read

TikTok Accused of Putting Children at Risk (Again)

The popular app has allegedly violated an agreement with the FTC to protect underage users.

Stephanie Mlot

· 3 min read

Cybersecurity Tips to Prevent Remote Workers from Compromising Company Data During Covid-19

These are unprecedented times in which both companies, people, businesses, and governments are still navigating their way around this Covid-19 pandemic. But it is through these times of chaos that criminals exploit those who drop the guard.

Michael Jurgen Garbade

· 5 min read

5 Ways to Protect Your Company From Cybercrime

If you run a small- to medium-sized business, it's time to make prevention a priority.

Lucas Miller

· 4 min read

Employees Are Your Weakest Link Against Cyberattacks. Don't Put Them on the Front Lines

It is the responsibility of businesses to create cybersecurity cultures that keep employees informed of risks and teach them strategies to stay one step ahead of hackers, but that consciously avoid placing employees at the center of prevention itself.

Arun K Buduri

· 7 min read

Your Identity Could Be Used in Online Dating Scams. Here's How to Protect Yourself.

Be aware of the most prevalent and predatory fraud schemes being carried out on online dating sites.

Jeffrey Hayzlett

· 7 min read

Here Come the 'Star Wars' Scams: Don't Fall for Them

Cybercriminals are using 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' as bait by creating fake websites that claim to offer free access to the film. But in reality, the websites try to trick you into handing over your credit card information.

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

Data Security in the Age of Online Payments and Social Media Validation: Where Does the Buck Stop?

In the light of the now infamous Tumblr adult content ban episode, the risk of compromise and misuse of digital media becomes all the more important

Dr. Somdutta Singh

· 5 min read