A Virtual Private Network (VPN) encrypts data on your device before sending it to a private server, helping you stay more anonymous online. Your IP address and location will become hidden from anything trying to trawl your data. This is a good habit for several reasons, but especially for logging into a shared professional network […]
Connections such as your home internet service or cellular (LTE/5G) connection through your wireless carrier. Public wi-fi networks are not very secure, which makes it easy for others to intercept your data. If you choose to connect to open networks, consider using antivirus and firewall software on your device or using a Virtual Private Network […]
Your business website may be a convenient backdoor into your systems which hackers could exploit to gain access to sensitive information, or simply hijack your website and hold it to ransom. As hackers will often bounce through VPNs across the globe, you can use Google Analytics to monitor where traffic is coming from and flag […]
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) mask your IP address when you’re operating online. This means you connect to a server from which you access the internet, making it appear that you are operating from wherever that server is located, which means whatever you connect to sees the IP address and location of the server, rather than […]
Virtual private networks (VPNs) are a good way to shield your online activity by encrypting the online connection. Although, in many cases you get what you pay for. Free VPNs may still log your actions and keep those records or sell them to third-parties; the Facebook-owned Onavo VPN, recently removed from the iOS App Store, […]
Most of the public wireless networks and hotspots you see available are not secure, so that means anyone could possibly see what ‘s happening on your mobile device while you are connected. If you have to be on public WiFi, limit what you do and avoid logging in to important services like email and banking […]
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