What to know about passwords in Zoom - What to do if your phone goes missing - Email provider hacked
Here’s how you can greatly improve your Zoom privacy and security in a few simple steps
With Zoom – and Zoom-bombing – being all the rage, here’s why the app’s default password settings may be leaving the backdoor wide open
ESET Chief Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe shares advice on how to keep your virtual meet-ups private and safe while you're holed up at home during the pandemic
The users' personal data are now up for grabs on the dark web for anywhere between US$3,500 and US$22,000 worth of bitcoin
Losing your smartphone can be expensive, but the cost of the device may not be the final price you’ll be paying
Staying safe from coronavirus-themed scams – Securing remote desktop connections – The security risks of videoconferencing
The seemingly insatiable demand among people and businesses alike helps reveal a rash of privacy and security issues facing the platform
As work from home is the new norm in the coronavirus era, you’re probably thinking of enabling remote desktop connections for your off-site staff. Here’s how to do it securely.
Bad actors accessed a range of personally identifiable information, including names, dates of birth and a lot more
The scam machine shows no signs of slowing down, as fraudsters dispense bogus health advice, peddle fake testing kits and issue malware-laced purchase orders
With World Backup Day upon us, we walk you through the ways to back up your iPhone or Android phone so that your personal information remains safe
With COVID-19 concerns canceling face-to-face meetings, be aware of the security risks of videoconferencing and how to easily overcome them
What COVID-19 may mean for privacy rights – Managing supply-chain risks – Two Windows zero-days remain unpatched
If we can’t secure the supply chain, eventually everything else will break
Getting cybersecurity right in the work-from-home world can feel daunting. ESET Chief Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe shares 6 best practices that will steer you in the right direction.
If left unpatched, a firmware flaw in some enterprise-class solid-state drives could make data on them unrecoverable as early as this fall
As the world turns to technology to track and contain the COVID-19 pandemic, could this spell the end of digital privacy rights?
Updates for the critical-rated vulnerabilities, which are being actively exploited in the wild, are still weeks away
A prolific ransomware gang vows to dial back its campaigns and spare healthcare organizations altogether during the COVID-19 crisis. It’s no cause for celebration.