We are being watched online- websites are logging our clicks, keystrokes and pretty much everything about our online behavior.
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.
Coronavirus malware! Kaspersky detection technologies have found malicious files disguised as documents related to the newly discovered 2019-nCov ARD.
The hacking of Zuckerberg’s accounts is connected to Linkedin’s security breach
Cyber wellness is a mindset of proactive, critical, and safety-first online behavior. Digital hygiene on the other hand is about the best practices to keep our digital assets clean.
Anonymous communication is mostly used to spread lies, shame another person, spin a story and spearhead harassment/bullying, in the name of free speech
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.
Social Engineering (SE) is one of the favorite schemes of cyber criminals to con people. It is the art of human manipulation. If employees are not given proper training about SE , companies will fall to cybercrime. Likewise, if parents are unaware, they and the kids will be victims of negative experience, if not cybercrime.
Making our voices heard on issues deemed important to us is a guaranteed right. But this should not lead to cyber lynching or cyber mob.
Likely targets of Identity theft are high profile individuals like entertainers, political activists, successful people, corporate brands and philanthropic organizations. Here’s what you can do if you fall victim to it.