Kaspersky warns Filipinos of USB risks after finding 36.80% of users faced local threats in 2023.
Because data breach is still possible despite precautions, we should avoid online activities that can harm our well-being and reputation.
Long weekends are ideal for retreating and recharging. However, long vacations attract cyber criminals too. Follow these tips to stay safe.
Digital hygiene, when practiced diligently and consistently, can protect your privacy and personal information
Online shopping has become an integral part of Filipino lives, especially during holidays. and scammers are also plotting how to steal your money and identity.
Blogging used to be simple and fun, but when it evolved into vlogging, the lure of money and fame makes it complicated
A person will not make a ‘sustained effort’ to shame, spread lies, or instigate a mob against another human unless s/he hates that person.
The most recent report established a link between stalkerware and digital abuse. What you can do is as follows.
We are being watched online- websites are logging our clicks, keystrokes and pretty much everything about our online behavior.
When borrowing money is made easy and people are desperate, people turn to online lending apps to make ends meet.
A security notification alerts you when it detects “unusual” activity. But it can also be used by cybercriminals
These are 5 common characteristics of online scammers to increase your cyber wellness quotient and be safe in your digital space.
In 2021, mobile threats were focused on a more profitable venture to steal users’ banking and gaming credentials.
Online scams increased because COVID-19 lockdowns forced people to go digital. But cyber wellness arms them to fend off attacks
Online Bullying is the top 3 cybercrime in the Philippines for the most part of 2020
One Social Media Account per Person and Pre Paid Sim Card Registration Pushed to Address Cybercrime and Negative Online Experiences
In a democratic environment, negative online experiences abound. From abuse of digital rights to cybercrime.
Because of COVID-19, companies were forced in the Philippines to work online. While this is a step forward, only a few are structurally ready.
Kaspersky identified approximately 1,400 advanced persistent threats in the Philippines, some of which were government entities.
Gen Z and Gen X in Southeast Asia (SEA) are less afraid about future technologies such as biometrics, smart appliances, robotic devices, and deepfakes while Millennials and Boomers have their guards up.
Blended learning is the fusion of traditional and non-traditional methods of learning. Maximizing the use of technology, telecommunications and the internet
FaceApp does not contain any malicious elements. But facial recognition is a tech used for authentication says a security expert.
From its 11th ranking last 2018, the Philippines climbed to 4th place in the world and 1st in ASEAN with the highest web threat detections on 2019.