NordVPN Blog – 2.2.23
Your router is integral to the security of all its connected devices. If you have Wi-Fi in your house for laptops, phones, and even smart home devices, all your data is passing through a router. If the router is hacked, any data it handles could be exposed to cybercriminals and other bad actors.
Source: Most secure routers: How to choose one
DeleteMe Blog – 2.3.23
How does personal information removal from online sources help companies protect themselves against hackers?
To answer this question, DeleteMe’s CEO Rob Shavell sat down with the ethical hacker Rachel Tobac in a recent webinar.
Source: 3 Personal Information Insights to Help Companies Protect Themselves Against Hackers – DeleteMe
Ivacy VPN – 2.2.23
Free VPNs can be a convenient and cost-effective way to protect your online privacy and security. They are, however, not always trustworthy and may not provide the same level of security as a commercial VPN service.
Source: Are Free VPNs Reliable?
Kaspersky Blog – 2.1.23
A customer holds their handheld device to the POS terminal — but the contactless payment doesn’t work. Why? Maybe the device itself is damaged, or maybe the NFC reader chip is failing, but it could be something else: the POS terminal might be infected with Prilex malware, which hunts for bank cards; and it’s now able to block contactless transactions.
Source: Why contactless payments may not work
Google Blog – 2.1.23
Today, computing no longer happens just on a phone or a laptop, but across your home, in your car, on your wrist and in the cloud. It is part of what makes technology so intuitive and helpful. It requires technological innovation to work across such complex and different experiences, and equally it demands an evolution of privacy technologies to keep your data safe and private.
Source: How we achieve privacy through innovation
Ivacy Blog – 1.30.23
Privacy is a paramount concern for many internet users in today’s digital age. One of the ways to protect your privacy while browsing the web is by using private browsing mode, also known as incognito mode. But can private browsing be traced on iPhone? This article will explore this question in depth and discuss ways to ensure that your private browsing remains truly personal.
Source: Can Private Browsing Be Traced on iPhone?