Backing up can't be that hard, but how do you make sure that your backups are safe?
Just recently, a ransomware called Petya and victims are advised not to pay the ransom. With all the technology of securing your systems, still, some businesses and home users aren't secured.
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Google Backup And Sync To Make Backing Up Your Files Much Simpler
Google now has all the data it needs, will stop scanning Gmail inboxes for ad personalization
Under pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets
House Dems Hired A Fired McDonald’s Worker As Their IT Guy
NATO says cyber attacks a call to arms
Child protection groups warn of young people using new Snapchat location feature
Yes, insecticides do cause bees to die
Are you forgetful? That's just your brain erasing useless memories
Common sense is rare with cybersecurity, and it will be for a long time
Windows 10 will hide your important files from ransomware soon
Petya victims told not to pay ransom as hackers are no longer able to unlock victims' computers
'NotPetya' ransomware attack shows corporate social responsibility should include cybersecurity
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