Five Ways to Prevent Social Engineering Attacks

Five Ways to Prevent Social Engineering Attacks

Social engineering is a growing field and with your users at your last line of defense, security teams ought to be mindful of each user’s activity to interfere if needed, according to a recent article published in Maureen Data Systems (MDS) . However, as an end user,...
New robocall scams prey on coronavirus fears

New robocall scams prey on coronavirus fears

The callers promise free test kits delivered overnight, or claim to be from the Social Security Administration, or able to disinfect your entire home. But they’re not to be believed, according to Rossen Reports. Robocall scammers have changed tactics, and now...
Peeping drones could be spying on you in your own home

Peeping drones could be spying on you in your own home

Drones are being used to snoop on people, even taking video of their most intimate moments through bedroom and bathroom windows. Here’s how to spot them. Whether it’s for police to catch suspects, emergency responders to save victims, or journalists to capture video,...
Safety Series 5: How to avoid spiked drinks

Safety Series 5: How to avoid spiked drinks

There are many stories about drinks having been spiked with foreign substances and some of them unfortunately are true. The act of spiking a drink is done with the aim of causing the target to become disoriented, unconscious, or to lower the targets inhibitions. The...