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Wi-Fi is the way many people connect to the internet these days. It seems that everywhere you go, there’s a mobile hotspot you can use to connect to the web and complete many of the same tasks you would do in the comfort of your home or office.

However, with so many looming cybersecurity threats...

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Maybe you haven’t heard of the internet of things (IoT), but it is fast becoming a reality in your daily life. The internet of things comprises the world of everyday items, from refrigerators to gaming consoles to watches—all of the objects and devices able to connect to the internet and share d...

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Despite the fact that it's been around for several decades, ransomware has only recently become a popular topic in mainstream media. This is largely due to a shift in targets, with hackers now focusing their attacks on hospitals or healthcare facilities, instead of on personal computers and smartphones.1 These facilities often lack the sophisticated security protocols that are in place at other organizations of this scale, making them easier targets for cybercriminals.

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2016 was a record-breaking year for the United States—but not in the ways you'd hope. From 2015 to 2016, there was a 40 percent increase in the number of reported data breaches, bringing last year's total to 1,093.1 Many more, however, go unreported each year.

You've likely heard the term in rec...

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With cybersecurity concerns making the news almost daily lately, you may have asked yourself what you can do to stay safe online these days. When it comes to remaining safe, the best way to prevent any potential issue is to be prepared—and the best way to prepare is to simply stay aware. In terms of the cyberspace, stay up to date on new cybersecurity software, technologies or trends, and more importantly, keep tabs on known threats or issues in the field already.

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