43,000 Russian schools will kick back to 1984, as facial recognition technology makes its way into educational facilities.
COVID-19 is still a thing, and Brazilian Burger King tries to cash in on the quarantine. Gamification and geolocation is a whopper combination, especially now.
Be careful who you trust. Brave browser caught up in another controversy, now concerning a shady URL modification.
Youtube is not associated with cybercrime, and is relatively safe, but can still be used to support various cyberattacks and scams.
Google’s assistance is undeniable, but it comes with a hidden fee. Data collection and user profiling are not shocking now, but how exactly did we get here?
Mass data collection is embraced by big tech companies not only to benefit from customers, but also to identify competition that could threaten the status quo.
Simulated phishing can be helpful, but it can also do more harm than good. This blog post highlights common mistakes that occur during user awareness tests.
Zoom has over 13 million monthly active users, and most of them are oblivious to privacy and security issues this video conferencing app brings.
Bringing up 5 theories that would explain why English language and hackers have a beef.
Nothing is sacred for cybercriminals, especially in times of mass confusion, hardship, and angst. Learn how criminals leverage email to accomplish their goals.