The darkest side of hacking has come to light as a young woman speaks out about her hugely distressing experience with a spear phisher last month. Requesting not a monetary payment but a sex show instead, in return for all of her personal photographs and videos…
At Foursys we are seeing a real increase in requests from customers who need help improving their weakest security link. Their end-users. So we thought why not compile a free toolkit focusing on the ten most crucial topics for end-users to get clued up on.
Giving your child a toy he/she can talk to without any real understanding of who is controlling said toy, what they are talking about and worst of all what they can see through the endless opportunities to spy on your child.
Whilst they're not advising you burn your computers at the stake, latest industry news suggests that infosec companies are putting the fear of god into businesses in order to sell unnecessary levels of protection.
It would seem, no element of our online life is safe. Even our most intimate interactions, including courting. The numbers are in from 2016 and they are record breaking figures for the bad guys. Nearly 4000 Brits were successfully targeted by these online cyber gangs with a total profit of £39 million via social engineering online.