by BullGuard

Beware of WhatsApp scam

Hackers are trying to get access to WhatsApp accounts after stealing the identities of their victims’ contacts. The move allows cyber criminals to siphon sensitive information from users which can then be used for identity theft.

by BullGuard

The power not to be tracked

Apple has struck a blow against ads that track you around the internet with the release of iOS 14.5 thanks to a feature called App Tracking Transparency (ATT) which enables users to block ads.

by BullGuard

Work and pleasure don’t go together

In the almost post-pandemic world of remote working it’s easier than ever to blur the boundaries between work and personal tech. It could be sending personal texts or emails from your work phone, editing personal documents or photos on your work laptop, or Zooming with friends from your work tablet.

by Alexandra Gheorghe

Over 100 million smart devices are vulnerable to attack

Security vulnerabilities in millions of Internet of Things devices (IoT) have been discovered that could allow cyber criminals to knock devices offline or take control of them remotely. Over 100 million consumer, enterprise and industrial IoT devices are potentially affected.