The Highly Secretive Five Eyes Alliance Has Disrupted a China-Backed Hacker Group

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Using stealth techniques, the attacker – referred to as “Volt Typhoon” – exploited existing resources in compromised networks in a technique called 'living off the land'. (Image: Dennis Desmond)

How to Secure Your Smartphone and Increase Privacy

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Smartphones are seen as an easy target for criminals because they are mostly unprotected and provide a way into your private data. (Image: Rawpixelimages via Dreamstime)

Nuctech Security Scanners Tied to Chinese Government and Military

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Airports across Europe have installed security screening devices from a company with ties to China's military. (Image: Jaromír Chalabala via Dreamstime)

Why Must We Improve IoT Security?

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most disruptive technological advances in the modern world. (Image: methodshop via Pixabay)

6 Tips to Keep in Mind When Setting Strong Passwords

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As the world shifts to a more data-oriented society, securing data and protecting it from outside parties is of paramount importance. (Image: via Pixabay)

Internet Security: 6 Must-Know Tips for Keeping Your Data Safe Online

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Anyone who uses the Internet must have a minimum knowledge of how to protect their data online. (Image: kaboompics via Pixabay)

How the EU’s GDPR Laws Have Affected American Firms

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The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation is intended to safeguard the personal data of EU citizens collected by companies operating in the region. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

How Social Media Has Evolved

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Social media has evolved rapidly over the last decade. (Image: Firmbee via Pixabay)

Your Soul for Data: Fair Trade?

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A Chinese company has stored personal info of important people in the UK. (Image: pixel2013 via Pixabay)

Chinese Police Can Now Legally Spy on Foreign Company Networks