A company's database administrator loves social media. He does not put any detailed information about his job on social media sites, but like many people, he includes numerous details about his family, hobbies, and interests outside of work.
PayPal scams are nothing new. What is new is that cybercriminals have started using legitimate PayPal services to perpetrate those cyberattacks. In July 2016, cybercriminals sent legitimate PayPal emails to PayPal members in an effort to scam them out of $100 USD as well as infect their computers with malware.
Anti-malware software plays an important role in the battle against cybercrime. However, it is not infallible. Cybercriminals are constantly releasing new malware programs or variants of existing ones, and it takes a while for anti-malware software companies to update their products to defend against them.
If you have an Apple device, you know that your Apple ID is priceless. With it, you can buy music from the iTunes Store, log in to iCloud, and access many other Apple products and services. If you forget the password portion of your Apple ID, you can simply provide your email address and answer a few security questions to reset it
The notion that your computer might get a malware infection when you simply visit one of your favorite websites might be enough to give you nightmares. But it is a very real possibility. Cybercriminals are increasingly posting malicious advertising, or malvertising, on legitimate websites in order to spread malware.
Phishing attacks are still a weapon of choice for cybercriminals. The most common way they carry out phishing attacks is through email messages. In email phishing scams, digital con-artists use a convincing pretense to lure you into performing an action — usually opening an attachment or clicking a link.
Getting new PCs for yourself and your staff every few years is usually a horrible waste of a technology budget. Still, letting your staff continue to use aging computers long after they stop keeping up with modern software is a fast way to kill both the morale and productivity of your employees. How do you solve this dilemma?
There comes a point in the life of every office computer when it is simply no longer practical to keep it running and up-to-date. When it comes time to get rid of old, outdated computers, it's not enough to simply unplug them and toss them in the nearest trash can. Disposing of old PCs requires you to do several things first, partly to appease environmental safety regulations, and partly to protect your business.