Libraries in St Louis have been brought to a standstill after computers were infected with ransomware, a particularly virulent form of computer virus used to extort money from victims.
In many jobs, there is an expectation that people work long hours and respond to late-night emails. The blurring of this line has made the issue of privacy and security at work even more complex.
A new phishing campaign seems to be running on a sophisticated automation feature that pounces on newly compromised Gmail accounts to mount a secondary attack on users in the contact list.
No one wants to think it could happen to them, but the chances of being hacked are growing every year. Here are five things you need to stop doing now to keep your meetings safer.
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