Watch Out for Hackers on Your Google Accounts

Google wants to retire the password, which is why it (along with other tech giants) are pushing passkeys as a security successor. However, sometimes passwords aren’t the weak point in a security system. Case in point: It seems there’s a new cyberattack that allows bad actors to break into Google account without the need for passwords in the first place. …

Four Updates to Protect Your Business Data

Security updates are essential for maintaining proper defenses against cyberattacks. Software isn’t perfect, and vulnerabilities will always be discovered. The goal is to patch those flaws before bad actors learn how to exploit them. To kick off the new year, make sure you have these four security updates installed on your devices, as highlighted by Wired, if applicable. That way, …

A New Reminder to Watch Which Apps You Download

As a general rule of thumb, it’s important to exercise caution when downloading apps onto your devices. Whether you’re using a PC for work, or a personal smartphone, malicious apps from your device’s marketplace can steal data and infect your system. This is great advice especially when looking at apps and software on various websites across the internet. These sites …

How Dark AI Can Jeopardize Your Business

The AI systems you hear about on a daily basis aren’t inherently dangerous. ChatGPT, for example, is built by a team of developers who want the program to help people, not hurt them. As such, there are safe guards in place and in development to ensure there are limits to what the chatbot can do, and that the actions it …

Look Out for This Subtle Scammer Trick

A scammer’s best friend is subtlety. Unfortunately for them, that’s hard to come by in the trade. Many of the telltale signs of spam and scam are well known and easy to spot, which is how so many messages end up in your spam folder rather than the top of your inbox. However, not all of the tricks scammers use …