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Cyber crime can change your life in the blink of an eye. Given the opportunity, hackers will take your data, your identity and your finances within minutes.There are some basic precautions everyone using the Internet should take to protect themselves from cyber crime: 1 USE STRONG PASSWORDS. Password...

1. PAYMENT CAN’T BE REVERSED: YOU CAN’T CANCEL YOUR TRANSACTIONS While making online transactions to buy or sell cryptocurrency, these platforms don’t allow you to recall your transactions. If you have transferred cryptocurrency to the wrong ID then you can only expect to meet that guy...

Have Facebook & Twitter started knowing you more than your best friend? Well! We aren’t surprised with that folks. It was back then, 10 years ago we all “discovered” about social media. However now, social media runs a remarkable section of people’s social lives.With hackers being...

Cyber crime is a criminal activity that involves a computer or digital media and a network – in most cases, the Internet. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Cyber crime may threaten a person...

THE SCARY TRUTH ABOUT CYBER SECURITY. Today’s cyber criminals are more high-level than you might think. They work quickly and can easily evade traditional detection methods. Unfortunately, the majority of breaches remain undetected for weeks or months, allowing hackers to exploit an organization for an extended...

Nowadays Internet security is particularly important for both business and customer. Every consumer should distinguish whether a site is secured before revealing the confidential information, while every online business owner should implement the preventive security measures in order to keep the sensitive information safe. In addition,...

BlockChain and BitCoin are almost unknown terms with regard to a technology that cab be defined as "disruptive" (volatile, radical, that explodes on the market, overturning the life of consumers from one day to the next, while sending its predecessors into oblivion). Let's try to...

Meltdown and Spectre are hardware vulnerabilities that allow programs to steal data on the computer. The flow is in the CPU architecture and that's mean Meltdown and Specre work on personal computers, mobile devices, and in the cloud. Depending on the cloud provider's infrastructure, it might...

What is GDPR and why you have to comply with it. WHEN. The General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR – will come into play the 25th May 2018 and you need to start preparing now.WHAT. GDPR is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and...

 We asked Daniele Màtyàs Tieghi, our CTO and Product Manager, to explain us why every organization will have to enforce security policies and prevent data leaks before May 2018. Why are businesses advised to reassess their data protection investments?Since 2013 companies have had to face increasing...