When Personal OR Business information is leaked, even if by accident, the repercussions may be severe. It is best to tell someone in authority as soon as possible.
Crypto ransomware is a malicious software that infects a computer and restricts your access to it until a ransom is paid to unlock it. Consider not becoming a victim.
USB drives are convenient…and small…and easy to lose…and hold more information than ever before.
That person standing over your shoulder seems a little too interested. Check your surroundings while typing in your password.
Sharing confidential information, even with people you know, is never a good idea.
Knowing about people’s interests and hobbies is valuable and that’s how the cybercriminal gets you.
Today it’s relatively simple for the cybercriminal to see everything you do on your computer, work related and personal.
Sometimes it’s respectful of others to not hold the door open for someone. Don’t circumvent security protocols – even for people you know.
If you get an unexpected pop-up, call, spam email or other urgent message about problems with your computer, stop. Don’t click on any links, don’t give control of your computer and don’t send any money.