Hackers and cybercriminals have long been known to use the big current affairs to try and ensnare their victims, and it seems the ongoing COVID-19 crisis was an opportunity too good for them to miss.
Whilst governments have put the public in lockdown to help slow the spread of COVID-19, tech companies have launched their own programmes to stop another danger from spreading virally – misinformation.
If you want to better protect your business from cybercriminals – and also have the added benefit of not having to remember numerous passwords ever again – you’ll want to consider a password manager. These handy tools generate and remember super-safe passwords, so that you don’t have to.
Though video calling online is nothing new, the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic could push the technology into more homes than ever before, as friends, families and colleagues look at effective ways to keep in touch.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has shown exactly how not to deal with complaints, after it accidentally leaked the personal details of some individuals who’d raised grievances about the service.
Microsoft OneNote often makes the list of best note-taking applications and for a good reason. You can create text, voice, video notes and attach pretty much any file right inside a note. But there are other features hidden beneath the surface.