Cybersafety Sentinel January 2022 Week 2

Microsoft Defender Weakness Lets Hackers Bypass Malware Detection

Do you use a computer running Windows 10? The Windows Defender Program was revealed to have a flaw that could allow hackers to avoid any malware detection. Read more.

With the idea of privacy in our daily lives becoming a larger discussion topic in 2021, and companies like Apple improving their policies, here are security trends to lookout for in 2022. Read more.

Why Is Cyber Assessment So Important in Security?

Understanding all aspects of your company’s security is important, including the digital side. Learn what you should be assessing in your businesses. Read more.

Cellular networks revolt against Apple privacy moves

As Apple has begun to implement and improve their privacy settings, there has been pushback from many mobile service providers. Read more.

How to Reduce Privacy, Security Risks with New Tech in Your Home

As our homes become more technologically advanced and more options than ever to make our daily lives all the more comfortable, privacy concerns have also emerged. Read more.

Facebook’s New Privacy Center Shows You Everything it Collects – Here’s How to Use It

Facebook has always be under fire for its user security. Find out if its new Privacy Center will actually help. Read more.

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