No...Windows XP is not good enough ☠️
“Macs don’t get viruses” We’ve all heard these famous words, and yet while at first read it might make sense it is, sadly
The Problem? The hard truth is that the Mac is no longer the glistening metal terminal it used to be, as more people own
Unsurprisingly this caused widespread alarm among thousands of computer users everywhere. But it's small business that should pay closest attention because they have more at stake than most. It's not just that the safety of their financial data is crucial to their prosperity.
UK residents will have 'two weeks' to protect themselves against a 'powerful computer attack' that ransoms people's data
A lot of the discussions around this statement have been very technical, but at a basic level, what does this mean for your PC, laptop or mobile device? Is there any point in installing anti-virus software anymore? And are you less safe than you thought you were last week?
We've got bad news if you just renewed your antivirus subscription: you shouldn't have bothered. 'Antivirus' is dead. And
Small and medium businesses are the backbone of the economy, employing more than half of all private sector workers and contributing 50 per cent of UK GDP. Now, imagine you are a cyber criminal and you are picking your next targets.
For most of today's cybercriminals their activities are not a hobby to brag about with mates. What they do is a serious business to them and they employ many of the best 'traditional' business practices mainstream companies use with the goal of making money. Today's cybercriminal gangs are highly professional and motivated.
You don't need to be a web trendster or pop culture vulture to recognise we're on the cusp of a new age; a fresh wave of inquisitive HTML meddlers. Never mind Generation X. Forget Generation Y. This isn't Generation Z. It's Generation Hack.