A domain name represents an Internet Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, a server computer hosting a web site, or the web site itself or any other service communicated via the Internet. As of 2017, 330.6 million domain names have been registered. But when did they start? How have they grown and expanded over the years. Check out the following infographic for a 101 course on domain names.
Googling your name or your business name helps you to discover what information is out there for the world to see. Learn more about the importance of Googling your name within this infographic courtesy of Social Catfish.
Even though cyber threats against businesses and customers are becoming more successful and targeted, users are still not taking responsibility for protecting their passwords. Customers appear to understand password best practices, but are still participating in poor password hygiene that puts them at risk of being hacked. In this infographic, LoginRadius looks at how poor password hygiene is letting cybercriminals clean up.
With more than 3.2 billion people using the Internet, it’s almost inevitable that most of us are creating vast digital footprints. And this accumulation of online data will only be amplified further in the coming years, as the ‘Internet of Things’ becomes more mainstream. Fortunately, there’s a great deal that you can do to reduce your Internet footprint and help keep your personal information under lock and key
Did you know that 40% of people aged 75 and over now use the Internet? This figure has doubled in the last five years, and senior citizens are now spending much more time online to keep in touch with family, read the news and for general browsing. However, with the increase of Internet use among seniors there are also more significant threats to be aware of when surfing the web.
Different strategies have been devised to protect and transfer personal data securely. However, as technology and communications advance and information management systems become more and more common, protecting data has become a serious challenge. Today, one of the biggest security issues faced by companies from around the world is the danger of a data breach.
This infographic from Security Baron explores the answer to questions like, “What does Google know about me?” Take a look at the types of data that big tech companies like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon, Apple, and others have on their users. The answer may be uncomfortable for most people.
The Avada theme is one of the most popular WordPress themes of all time, and this Avada Theme Review infographic shows its standout benefits. Its simple drag-and-drop editor and visual builder help make it one of the most simple WordPress themes available, removing the need for complex HTML/CSS coding.
With the progression of technology, we have encountered new problems, which has required us to find new solutions. Anti-virus software is constantly being updated in order to keep up with new methods of hacking and illegal acquisition of personal data. One of these problems is mobile phishing, a large corporate issue which entails fraudulent individuals obtaining sensitive data through several means.
The next time you are sending important information online, it is important to make sure you are using email encryption. Using a digital signature mechanism, emails will then be encrypted by the sender and decrypted by the recipient. Important information that should be encrypted when emailed includes confidential, financial, medical, tax, and personal.
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