Whether your employees are simply searching on Google or accessing online work applications, they’re vulnerable to all sorts of cyberthreats, such as phishing scams and malware. This could endanger your company data and your employees themselves. Therefore, as a business owner, you need to take steps toward helping your employees browse safely.
Macs are known to be pretty secure as they don’t seem to get viruses and malware as easily as Windows computers do. But the truth is, no computer is completely immune to malicious software. So how can you tell if your Mac has been infected with malware? Look out for these signs.
Are you constantly seeing unwanted ads on your Android device? Does it freeze up or crash for no apparent reason? Chances are, it’s infected with adware. Aside from being a nuisance, adware can also install malicious scripts designed to steal a user’s private information.
Windows computers tend to deal with an assortment of malware, but many people fail to realize that even Apple computers face similar threats. As cybercriminals have become more adept at finding exploits and other vulnerabilities, more and more Macs have also fallen prey to malware.
Being tricked into visiting malicious websites and getting your computer infected with malware is not the only way your business data can get compromised. By browsing the net without using security measures, your computers and data could get into trouble.
Zscaler’s ThreatLabZ team recently uncovered 17 adware apps in Google Play. These are apps that run unwanted ads on your device and collect your data for marketing purposes. Unfortunately, these apps were downloaded around 120,000 times before Google was able to remove them.
Through the years, Apple products have shown resistance to different kinds of malware that Microsoft computers weren’t able to dodge. This, however, does not mean that Macs are invulnerable. Here are some threats you should watch out for to keep your Mac protected.
Amidst the current climate of malware, hacks, and phishing scams, companies must take precautions when accessing the internet. Without safeguards, browsers that you or your employees use are vulnerable to cyberattacks that may cripple productivity and profit.
Fifteen apps were recently removed from Google Play following a Sophos report that identified them to contain malicious adware code. These apps are designed to serve users with unwanted advertisements and collect marketing-type data about them. If you think you’re one of the 1.3 million users worldwide who downloaded at least one of these apps, […]
In these times of internet fraud, phishing scams, and high-profile hacks, you can never be too careful. Even if you think you have enough precautions in place, it always helps to take another look at your online safety. Here are some browser extensions you can add to improve your online security.