How to Avoid Public Wi-Fi Security Risks

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Every Wi-Fi connection is vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on Internet traffic and potentially access your personally identifiable information and passwords, researchers revealed recently. The vulnerability is the first to be found in the modern encryption techniques that have been used to secure Wi-Fi networks for the last 14 years. In theory, this kind of an attack – dubbed the Krack attack – allows a hacker within range of a Wi-Fi network to inject computer viruses into Internet networks, and read communications like passwords, credit card numbers and photos sent over the Internet. But,…
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Mobile Threat Booms: Revisit Your BYOD Policies

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With the amount of new malware that targets mobile devices growing exponentially, if you have not set down rules for employees who use their own smart phones for company business, you should do so now. Network security firm PandaLabs has reported that in the second quarter of 2015, it saw an average of 230,000 new types of malware every day and a total 21 million new threats. Those figures are up an astounding 43% from the second quarter of 2014. Worse, the report noted that a large number of the new types are variants or mutations of previously known malware,…
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