People have always wanted to disguise or protect sensitive information from unintended eyes. In 1900 BC, Egyptian noblemen used a simple hieroglyphic substitution in the tomb of Khnumhotep, altering one
SQL, or Structured Query Language, is the standard language for interacting with databases. In apps or other types of programming, databases are used to store data like usernames and passwords.
The average person searching on Google will spend roughly 11 minutes each session. They will spend nearly 2 hours and 30 minutes on social media, with 50% of that time
In 2019, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account was hacked. An anonymous hacker group took over his Twitter account for 20 minutes and fired off nearly two dozen tweets and
In 1982, the CIA allegedly found a way to disrupt the operation of a Siberian gas pipeline to Russia without using explosives. The damage was so large, it is reported
Data is stored everywhere. We have seen the change from floppy discs to zip drives, from CDs to USB storage drives and more. The biggest leap in data storage is
Phishing is one of the most common ways hackers gain access to networks and sensitive data. Although it is one of the oldest forms of malicious attacks, hackers still revert
One of the most famous examples of a zero-day attack was Stuxnet. First discovered in 2010 but with roots that spread back to 2005, this computer worm affected manufacturing computers
Not having a uniform standard may be frustrating for businesses and IT teams, especially! It can become increasingly difficult to keep track of the different devices your staff may have.
As more and more people adjust to completing their jobs remotely, businesses must come with up ways for their staff to safely access data or in-house applications. This is where