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New Study Shows Spike In Digital Fraud Attempts From India

TransUnion's latest quarterly analysis of global online fraud trends has found that since the COVID-19 pandemic began, fraudsters are increasing their digital schemes against...

In The Last 12 Months, 1 In Every 2 Indian Adults Was A Victim Of Cybercrime

More than one in two Indian adults (59 percent) experienced cybercrime in the last 12 months, as seven in 10 Indian adults (among those...

Cybercrime: Retail, Hospitality And Healthcare The Top Targets Of Cybercriminals

Organizations in the business and professional services, retail and hospitality, financial, healthcare, and high technology were the top targets of cybercriminals in 2020, said...

Keep Yourself Secure – Learn How To Make A Password Unbreakable

By Sabrina Rozer Not everyone has done an ethical hacking course, therefore, not everyone knows how hackers can manipulate technology to find out user credentials in...

Cybercriminals Use Online Gaming To Target Kids

The increased use of online gaming has brought with it a slew of challenges and risks that include exposure of children to inappropriate content,...

Cybersecurity: Remote Learning Software Prone To Hacking

Cybersecurity researchers have found critical vulnerabilities in a popular student monitoring software being used in remote learning times, which could be used by hackers...

Chinese Hackers Target Telecom Companies Worldwide

A hacking group, believed to be working out of China, is reportedly targeting telecom companies around the world in a bid to steal 5G...

Cybercriminals and Pirates of The Internet Find New Goldmine in Google Drive!

Cybercriminals and pirates of the Internet now have a new goldmine in Google Drive where they are freely storing and sharing illegal software licenses,...

Cyberattacks That Shook The World In 2020

In a virus-hit year that kept more people hooked to their Internet-connected devices for far too long, cybercriminals saw more opportunities to push their...

A Third of Millennials Think They’re Boring To Be A Cybercrime Victim

A third of millennials (37 percent) think they're too mundane to be the victim of cybercrime, a new study revealed on Thursday. The study, conducted...

61% Indian Business Leaders Fear Cybercrime Risk During Covid-19

About 61 per cent of Indian business leaders and decision-makers think their business is more likely to experience a serious cybercrime during the Covid-19...

Cybercrime on Rise During Pandemic, Warns UN

The U.N. disarmament chief said the COVID-19 pandemic is moving the world toward increased technological innovation and online collaboration but warned that "cybercrime is...

Boy’s Locker Room: Is the Virtual World Safe Enough for Women?

By Muskan Bhatnagar They say the environment is not safe for women outside these days. My question is, are they safe in the virtual world...

Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic, Cybercriminals Lure Verified Facebook, Instagram Users With $1,500 per week in Disguise of Spreading Awareness

Cybercriminals are luring verified Facebook and Instagram users in disguise of spreading awareness about novel coronavirus (COVID-19), offering them $1,500 per week via a...

There Are No Organized Crime Mafias in Cybercrime, Says Study

There is no 'Tony Soprano mob boss type' who is ordering cybercrime against financial institutions globally, say researchers, adding that there are no such...

Know About the Risks of Intellectual Property Theft

By Elizabeth Lee Intellectual property theft is a growing concern, and it poses a real risk at large conferences where people from around the world are...

What’s the True Cost of Cybercrime?

  Do you have an idea what the cost of cybercrime is on an annual basis? Most people would guess millions, or maybe even billions....

Wide Range of Global Challenges, G-7 Ministers Hope to Seal Commitments

Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven advanced economies were wrapping up a two-day meeting in the French seaside resort of Dinard on Saturday...

10 Things to Know About Data Privacy

From hackers exposing private information online to the handling of users' data by internet giants, online privacy has become a matter of growing concern...

Beware Of Your Personal Data Stored Online

Aiming to raise awareness and promote data protection practices, top cyber security experts have advised there is a serious need to be alert and...

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