Threats of Cybercrime Affect Consumers on Large Scale

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Cybercrime Effects on Consumers

Ransomware, malware and fraud, three terms that no tech user wants to hear, especially when recent attacks have serious long-term consequences. For the first time in four years, a type of ransomware is specifically targeting Apple Mac computers and both infects a system and steals financial information from the device. A malware known as FakeSpy has been active for at … Read More

The State of 5G Networks in 2020

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State of 5G in 2020

With an increase in remote workers and people sheltering-in-place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, faster internet speeds and quality networks seem like a welcome update. 5G has been in the public eye for a while and mobile service providers teased tech users last year claiming they would be the first to launch their own 5G Network. While it is more … Read More

What to Expect When the CCPA Laws Are Enforced

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CCPA Enforced in California

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was enacted in January of 2020 to protect the personal information of California residents. In early March of 2020, the California Office of the Attorney General released a set of proposed revisions to the CCPA draft that would alter the regulations. Beginning July 1, the Attorney General’s office will be enforcing the regulations with … Read More

Proposed Legislation Protects Against Financial Cyberthreats

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Financial Cyberattack COVID-19

Industries worldwide have seen an increase in cybersecurity incidents during the COVID-19 pandemic, and malicious actors are only becoming more organized and crafty as the “new normal” sets in. Cybercriminals have been sending phishing emails to remote workers and attempting to infect healthcare systems with ransomware to steal health information about the virus. While these instances are bad enough, the … Read More

How Permanent Remote Workers Can Stay Digitally Secure

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Digital Tools for Working From Home

Companies worldwide had to adapt to a new way of working after the pandemic forced people to follow shelter-in-place orders. Businesses who may not have allowed employees to work from home (WFH) in the past had no choice but to conduct virtual meetings, allow employees to utilize personal work devices, and allow workers to conduct tasks using their home wi-fi. … Read More