Technology has come a long way and this is certainly a great thing. A lot of conveniences have occurred, making our lives substantially easier and allowing us to dig deeper in terms of knowledge, information and entertainment. However, all that comes with a prize to pay.
Opera browser is aiming at becoming the very first browser to use a native VPN client for free, while at the same time having a new AdBlocking engine to boast about.
Internet Safety Education is of paramount importance, since both kids and adults may be proven exceptionally vulnerable against online threats. This is why it is really crucial for everyone to educate themselves on the things that might come up, as they are surfing the web.
Everybody knows just how sophisticated the hacking attacks may be online, especially with all the advanced technology and the special tools available for them. In the most recent incident of major hacking, voters from Philippines have been robbed of their personal information.
If you are a fan of Kickass Torrents and if you have been downloading the latest series, movies and music online using the specific website, you have to be careful. It seems that both Chrome and Firefox have been alerting visitors of Kickass, since they have detected phishing content.
In 2016 GPEN (Global Privacy Enforcement Network), the main issue of debate was the Internet of Things. As a result, there has been a lot of concern as to the privacy settings of devices that comprise the IoT in today’s life.
Nobody can argue that the Internet of Things has taken the world by storm. More and more people all over the world become great enthusiasts of all sorts of IoT things, devices that are interconnected and offer convenience to the users.
Biometrics has certainly been on the rise at a global scale over the past few years. This phenomenon has become even more intensified, as the latest moves indicate. In Japan, the government is working on a new payment system that only involves your fingerprint to complete a purchase.
According to the 2016 CIGI-Ipsos Global Survey on Internet Security and Trust, online trust is not at its best nowadays and it will continue declining even further. Consumers are now worried more than ever as to the layering of their online privacy and anonymity, not sure if they can trust companies that claim to keep […]
Over 500 million digital identities have been compromised to a certain extent within the year 2015, according to a recent report from Symantec. This is certainly a number that brings chills to all Internet users.