Kaspersky’s reported that the Philippines have received the most phishing attacks compare with the other ASEAN countries.
Coronavirus malware! Kaspersky detection technologies have found malicious files disguised as documents related to the newly discovered 2019-nCov ARD.
Recently released report tagged PH as #1 in ASEAN at the receiving end of web threats. However, the significant drop in local infections is good news because Pinoys are now taking proactive measures for online safety and data privacy.
A decade after I flagged online bullying, some laws where passed to address the problem. But the challenge remain as online abuse is still prevalent
It is not cyberbullying when the expression is a protected speech. Expressions that fall outside free speech are those that infringe on another persons basic and human rights.
Online threats include social engineering, drive-by download attack, infected servers and removable media. PH, 5th with most online threats detected
Cyber libel is one of the crimes under the cybercrime law in PH. This is being by those at the receiving end of online bullying to seek reprieve.
Before giving apps the permission to access information in your smartphone, be mindful of likely consequences when your personal data is collected and used.
The hacking of Zuckerberg’s accounts is connected to Linkedin’s security breach
Cyber Wellness is the positive use of the social web and mobile apps.
Depending on your personal bias, (online) libel can be viewed as either curtailing your right to free speech and expression; or protecting you from abusive expression or speech by others
Awards will not hamper our resolve to educate the public of the proactive use of social web to reduce cyberbullying and other online abuses.
Anonymous communication is mostly used to spread lies, shame another person, spin a story and spearhead harassment/bullying, in the name of free speech
Internet freedom w/o the right framework (a Cyber Wellness program) can lead to either abusive behavior or a recipient of cyber abuse – @ASKSonnie
Most of us protect the hardware and exterior of our mobile device, but do not exert enough effort to protect the OS and contents of unit. Think mobile device safety first, too.
this infographic provides the telltale signs of a potential cyberbully. This can help parents and the academe reduce incidence of cyberbullying.
Though the figures is from the US, this cyberbullying infographic will be helpful in our study and campaign in the Philippines.
Cyber wellness education is what will bind parents and academic institutions towards a common goal to raise responsible citizens, both online and offline.
We cannot afford protection to persons if they themselves did nothing to place the matter within the confines of their private zone- SC Justice Presbitero J. Velasco Jr.
With the potential of big data and the benefits it can bring, are we willing to surrender our privacy?