Five internet risks to be on the look-out for throughout 2016

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The internet is a risky place as much as it is a fun place to be. The freedoms allowed in it have been abused by some criminal elements and therefore we are left with no option but to be wary. In law they say ignorance is no defense, in cyber security we say ignorance is the biggest vulnerability. And this is why today we list down some of the biggest risks that will be out there in 2016. Continue reading “Five internet risks to be on the look-out for throughout 2016”

Dealing with Cybercrime through Proper Change in Human Behavior

Dealing Cybercrime through Proper Change in Human Behavior

The investments that have been made in the field of preventing cyberattacks have not been that fruitful, as we can witness through the charts and stats revealing the increasing number of such malicious incidents. Even though resources are multiplied, the results do not get a lot better than what they were a few years back. So, what seems to be the problem? Continue reading “Dealing with Cybercrime through Proper Change in Human Behavior”

Paris killings reignite the surveillance, encryption debate

Paris killings reignite the surveillance, encryption debate

The first time the world had a serious discourse on surveillance and encryption was after Edward Snowden and Wikileaks split out secrets of the US government’s spying.

The fallout from the revelations that the US government was keeping tabs not only on its own citizens but also on world leaders, more so allies such as Germany’s Angela Merkel was unprecedented and in the wake of all the debating and accusations the US stopped mass surveillance on the scale it was carrying it out. Continue reading “Paris killings reignite the surveillance, encryption debate”