The Relatively Unknown Car Hacking Threat

Right now, automotive cybersecurity has to be considered a challenge. Automakers need to protect the vehicles they sell and hackers actively pursue vehicles as a hacking target. At the same time, most car owners do not know how vulnerable they are and how personal security is under attack. According to Alissa Knight, security expert, cars […]

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Best Tips to Improve Your Mac’s Security

Macs are appreciated by many people around the whole world. They are chosen by people who enjoy quality entertainment, high-quality music, by creators, artists, and all kinds of professionals. The most frequent reasons why such people choose to own a Mac instead of any other regular computer is speed, efficiency, design, and, of course, safety. […]

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Cybersecurity Challenges in Higher Education

American universities know about cyberattacks a lot. It happens not because of educational establishments’ direct aim is to teach students to reveal and solve such issues. Yes, the educational programs always stay in the center of professors’ and students’ attention. But colleges and universities are in constant danger. According to statistics, research universities face 20 […]

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The Cybersecurity Risks Related to Remote Workers Returning to Workplaces

In many countries, governments have decided to ease the Covid-19 induced lockdowns. As a result, companies are now lifting the work-from-home orders. However, the uncertainty associated with pandemic still exists. Many organizations have selected the mode of semi-remote and also virtual workplaces for the coming 12-18 months.  Big companies such as Facebook have allowed their […]

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