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Uncategorized 23 January, 2021    By - Jerry
Deadliest Cyberattack

“2020 was the year in which the world was gripped by a global pandemic.” Rightfully, this was the top story of nearly all news and media reports. Buried underneath the stories and numbers of a physical pandemic, were the reports of a digital pandemic. The correlation between these two types of pandemics is easy to […]

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Uncategorized 30 January, 2021    By - Jerry
CyberSecurity For Business

Every business has a sales strategy, but not all have a cybersecurity strategy — especially small to medium businesses.Only 53% of companies with fewer than 50 employees put a priority on cybersecurity. There are some reasons for this neglect: Overall lack of education about how dangerous cyberattacks can be Smaller businesses feel that because of […]

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Uncategorized 1 February, 2021    By - Jerry
Digital Herd Immunity

Internet Security shouldn’t be a secret… As SaferNet users, you have empowered yourselves, your families, or your businesses to live in digital freedom, safe from the evils of the Internet. Like a vaccine, your SaferNet service protects your devices against malicious attacks; malware, phishing attempts, trojans, spyware, and more. During this pandemic, we have seen […]

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Uncategorized 1 February, 2021    By - Jerry
Global CyberSecurity Report

A new survey from Arkose Labs revealed that the highest cyberattack rate was reported in the first quarter of 2020. The report suggested that 26.5% of all transactions during this period were fraud and abuse attempts, which is a 20% increase over the previous quarter. The survey “The Arkose Labs Q2 2020 Fraud and Abuse […]

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Uncategorized 1 February, 2021    By - Jerry
Hacking 101

Computers don’t create computer threats – People do. These people, hackers, victimize computer users for their own gain or for other motivations. Letting a hacker have access to the internet, and to your PC, the threat they post to your safety increases exponentially. Hackers, for the most part, are nefarious users who access computer systems […]

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