Internet Safety For Business, Home.
The United States is letting ISPs, your internet supplier (Internet service provider) sell your personal data.
The Europeans are no better, slow to enforce the new GDPR. In the meantime, more money will be made from your internet details. Here's how to protect yourself. The time for VPN is now, here is why!
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IT Cybersecurity incidents have a devastating impact on business and small home offices with an average loss in 2019 costing over $330,000 per incident according to London insurer Hiscox (who have a vested interest in selling cyber insurance). However, the loss of data and reputation can't be quantified. Which is why professional service companies are such a sweet target.
VPN companies promise to help protect you, but how can you know which of the many available services are trustworthy? And why the heck do you suddenly need one? But doing a VPN right isn’t so easy. And you definitely don't want a Chinese VPN. Here's why you should seriously consider one and some thoughts on which you should get one
Changes to everyday life due to the Coronavirus, we need to help our kids, tweens and teenagers adjust to the new and unfamiliar situation of indefinite school and childcare creche closings.
Ransomware, surprisingly amateur, but very effective, has been the simple bitcoin message 'We have been watching you, on your laptop, you are a very sick boy'. The email simply tells you, they have been watching you on your webcam, and they have the evidence which will be posted online if you don't pay them immediately.
Contactless payments have come of age, the cashless society gets closer and closer with shops refusing to handle cash during COVID19 lockdown and many shops will go cashless from now on. Using your phone to shop online and in-person is the new norm. Banks wish that cash would disappear, it costs a fortune to provide customers with cash and threatens staff safety. Online payment is convenient, yet we the public do almost nothing to secure our device safety online.
Nowadays kids are being introduced to Phones in the maternity ward. New parents have to manage their new life parenting, work and technology including phones which in many cases are required by work so the phone can't be avoided. As well as having to look after your newborn, you have to juggle how to manage your babies exposure to devices and the internet. Nobody said being a new parent was going to be easy. Here's a little help. A few simple rules will let your family get the best from devices, technology, and the internet.
To watch the BBC iPlayer, follow these steps for installing on an iPhone. Apple has changed things up a little on the iPhone. Follow these steps.
Text is one of the main ways kids avoid being caught by parents. Text is now commonplace in everything so much so it's officially becoming part of the language. 102. 420 – Marijuana, 104. CD9 – Code 9 – it means parents are around, 108. NIFOC – Nude In Front Of The Computer
The Sun Newspaper in London has issued a stark investigation about TikTok, suggesting it is completely unfit for purpose for children, whilst the article is poorly written, there is a strong grain of truth in it. TikTok has grown hugely since its former life ad Music.ly. Now known as TikTok and in Chinese ownership for the last two year.
The problem is quite simple. TikTok’s minimum age is 13, Tiktok does nothing during the sign-up process to check - meaning huge numbers of children join below the required age with no legal protection. TikTok also serves adverts and recommendations which may not be suitable for children. Families will find it is difficult to contact TikTok to get videos taken down.
Even truthful 13-year-olds are then given an option to make their accounts public.
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