If there were a way to inject internet straight into one’s bloodstream, ones and zeros would course through Bojan’s veins. Bojan eats, lives, and breathes online both professionally as a cybersecurity reporter and privately as an avid gamer. Bojan learned the dangers of malicious online agents the hard way. He fell victim to a ransomware attack that corrupted years’ worth of research data. The jolting experience made him realize that even the most experienced individuals can fall prey to criminals, if they forgo the basic tenets of online safety. He joined the DataProt team to inform the uninformed and help them avoid the mistakes that cost him a whole lot of stress.
What is the dark web? Myths and facts about the hidden internet
Legend has it that humans use only 10 percent of their brains. Whether that’s actually true or not we’ll leave to the experts. What we do know for certain, is that for everyday use, we access only 10 percent of the internet. The websites that we visit daily belong to the surface web, the part
The onion theory of data security layers
Computer security is like a cake. No, a parfait. No, it is definitely like an onion - a plain, rather boring-looking vegetable. But that’s just an illusion. Just as an onion is nothing special from the outside, a good security system doesn’t look like much. But once you bite into it, you sink
Better safe than sorry: Cyber security statistics and trends for 2020
Cybersecurity is pretty much a “must have” for internet users today. Think of it as an alarm or automatic lock system for your house. Just as you wouldn’t leave your front door open for thieves, you also don’t want to leave your computer open for hackers. Especially if you’re running a bus
Virus alert: Antivirus statistics and trends in 2020
Our computers and mobile devices can never be too secure, especially if we keep important files on them or use them for work. Having smart browsing habits and avoiding sketchy-looking websites sure helps a lot, but sometimes a piece of malware still manages to slip through. That’s why we still nee