Questions you must ask when having a new internet installed

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

When having a new internet installed in your place, make sure to ask the installer these five vital questions to protect you from phishing, those that crack your passwords and other safety features.

 

Kaspersky Lab shared general tips on how to protect home networks and is recommending to ask these questions directly to someone who knows a thing or two about specific connections:

 

1.               What should I do if my Internet service gets disconnected?

If you suddenly go offline, the…

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Micro small businesses fall prey to hackers

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Because one in three of micro small businesses (with under 50 employees) entrust their cybersecurity concerns to non-specialists, they are the easiest victims to hackers’ malicious wares (malwares).

 

They are lucrative propositions for cyber criminals because of the data they hold on behalf of their clients and employees. This can fetch a high price if sold or ransomed and can be the gateway for revenue streams for enterprising criminals.

 

Besides the constant risk of cybersecurity disruption, a study from Kaspersky Lab has revealed that small businesses are also at risk…

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How to protect your data from breaches

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

 

 

It’s scary to learn that someone is lurking and stalking your data—even while you are playing an online game, paying online or doing anything online.

 

 

 

Massive data breaches, marketers tracking your every step online, shady people exploring the photos you share in social networks, these are just a few of the annoyances that can happen to you.  But there is a way to beat this.

 

 

 

Kaspersky Lab—realizing that Filipinos love to share or go online for almost anything—gave a list of ten steps to…

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Cyber criminals targeted 400 industrial groups

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

By sending out legitimate looking emails, cyber criminals have targeted 400 industrial groups in an attempt to earn money.

 

Kaspersky Lab researchers detected the new wave of financial spear-phishing emails disguised as legitimate procurement and accounting letters that started in autumn 2017 targeting the companies’ PCs of industries from oil and gas, to metallurgy, energy, construction and logistics.

 

In the detected wave the criminals not only attacked industrial companies together with other organizations, they were predominantly focused on them. They sent out emails containing malicious attachments and try to lure…

Read more: Cyber criminals targeted 400 industrial groups

How to protect your data from breaches

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

 

 

It’s scary to learn that someone is lurking and stalking your data—even while you are playing an online game, paying online or doing anything online.

 

 

 

Massive data breaches, marketers tracking your every step online, shady people exploring the photos you share in social networks, these are just a few of the annoyances that can happen to you.  But there is a way to beat this.

 

 

 

Kaspersky Lab—realizing that Filipinos love to share or go online for almost anything—gave a list of ten steps to…

Read more: How to protect your data from breaches

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