Looking for a date in time for Valentine’s Day? If you’re using Tinder, be careful when swiping right. Cybersecurity researchers discovered security flaws in the popular dating app that could allow hackers to discover users’ private data and personal preferences, like the photos of users they’ve swiped right or left on. In other cybersecurity news, a cybercrime “conglomerate” named Zirconium has been found responsible for the largest malvertising operation of 2017. Using a network of 28 fake ad agencies, Zirconium strategically placed ads that led users to malicious websites pushing scams or fake software updates. The campaigns were so successful – and so sneaky – that they generated 1 billion ad views in 2017.
Tag: email security
We teach our kids not to share anything on the internet that they wouldn’t want their grandmothers to see. We tell our employees to be mindful of private information shared via email. But are we really doing all we can to protect this method of conversation?
Cybersecurity And Your Emails
There are over 204 million emails sent each minute, yet email is one of the most overlooked technologies when it comes to cyber security. A recent study by Domo showed more than 53% of employees receive unencrypted and risky corporate data through email or an attachment. How can we help ensure that the information we’re interacting with is secure?
What Is PGP Encryption?
PGP, which stands for Pretty Good Privacy, is a great first step. PGP works by encrypting email between two people who each have unique digital fingerprints known as PGP keys.