What Information Are Giant Tech Companies Collecting From You?

What information are some of the largest tech companies in the world collecting on their users and profiting off of as they sell this information to third parties and advertisers?From facial recognition data to your mouse movements, you’ll be shocked at just how much they know about you. The following infographic, courtesy of TruePeopleSearch.com, lays it all out.

Getting Out of the Phish Net

85% of the 384 billion emails sent each day are spam. Despite annual training, 35% of employees don’t know what “phishing” means. PhishCloud explains why employees are a company’s biggest security asset.

Cyber Attack Cheat Sheet

Cybercrime is the fastest kind of crime growing in the United States as well as around the world. In the case of cyber-attacks, prevention is the best line of defense. Securing networks, data, and devices from attack requires knowledge of how these different kinds of hacks work. This infographic will provide you all the information you need to know about cyber attacks and how they are carried out.

Is London the Hacking Capital of the World?

London has left its own mark as a worldwide center of technology, but recent reports demonstrate that the UK’s financial center has also turned into a  center for cyber-crime.  An infographic made by EC-MSP presents the extent of the newest cyber threats. With information breaches and cyber attacks becoming the world’s costliest offenses, London organisations are advised to improve their safety procedures.

Online Dating & Cybersecurity

We were told to never talk to strangers, but 59% believe online dating is a good way to meet people. Now, online dating scams are more common than ever, averaging $2,600 in victim losses. Originally shared by OurDatingJourney, this infographic debunks online dating and provides tips on staying protected.

A Map of Domain Facts That You Should Know

A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and for application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In this infographic, WebHostingReviewsx.co.uk looks at domain facts that you should know.

The History and Future of Phishing

The term “phishing” was originally derived from spamming in the early 1990s. Today, nearly 4.7 billion phishing attempts are perpetrated daily. In the following infographic, Avanan looks at the history and future of phishing.