‘Knowledge is power’, ‘it’s easy when you know how’, phrases we hear all too often. Phrases I hear all too often are things like, ‘data breach’, ‘scam’, ‘fraud’, ‘is that fourth glass really necessary?’ Just the sort of negativity none of us
But don’t worry, the Europeans are worse. The UK ranks thirteenth, with 68% having no idea how to report a cybercrime or illegal online behaviour. Yet, overall, on average, 77% of Europeans are clueless as to how they would report such a
Here, cybersecurity expert Algirde Pipikaite of the World Economic Forum teams up with S&P Global’s Marc Barrachin and Scott Crawford to outline the top five biggest cybersecurity challenges for the year ahead. Looking at the year ahead, it is critical to continue
We’ve all heard the term ‘fake news’ but digital graphic novel Real Fake sheds light on how disinformation is spreading through society and what people can do to manage their exposure.
As the cybersecurity market continues its meteoric ascent, according to Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime damages are projected to reach $6 trillion in 2021 – only the GPD of the world’s third largest economy.
Arcserve, an experienced data and ransomware protection provider, has entered into a partnership with the North East Business Resilience Centre (NEBRC), a non-profit organisation which supports, educates and helps to protect businesses in the North East of England from cybercrime, informed by the National
According to Atlas VPN, it would seem by 2025, the impact of cybercrime really will have excelled itself, with damages predicted to reach more than $27 billion.
In case you’ve not had one yet, readers beware, as cyber criminals are currently exploiting the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme with a highly realistic scam email, purporting to be from HMRC.
With cybercrimes on the rise, victims are increasingly turning to VPNs in order to protect themselves. A new survey of NordVPN users discovered that as many as 20% of respondents had decided to use a VPN after being a victim of cybercrime.
Thorsten Kurpjuhn, european security market development manager at Zyxel, explores how network managers and internet users can navigate the online minefield and limit the risks of cybercrime.