Top 5 Banking Issues in Q1 2017

Banks and other financial institutions have seen their fair share of problems during the first three months of 2017. Maintaining services and ensuring consumers can access their bank account at all times remains a pressing problem that seemingly can’t be solved. The following institutions received a lot of flack for their outages, as consumers are not too happy when banks suffer from downtime. 5. Texas Banks’ System Outage In March …
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Top 5 Malware Trends for Q1 2017

Malware remains one of the more pressing problems our society faces today. During the year 2016, the number of malware-related incidents has increased by quite a margin. So far, it appears 2017 will bring more of the same, as we have had some significant issues reported already. Below are 5 troublesome malware facts related to Q1 of 2017. 5. WYSIWYE Malware As the name suggests, What You See is What …
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6 KGB Spy Tools That are Still Relevant

During the Cold War, Russia and the United States were extremely concerned about the other nation’s spies. A sit turns out, the KGB has quite some nifty tools which allowed their agents to spy on US targets with relative ease. Some of this “hardware” could still prove to be effective in this day and age of digitization, though.
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What is Three-Factor Authentication?

In the online world, protecting one’s account credentials is the top priority right now. Using a username and a random, secure password is a good place to start, albeit it is not a complete security measure either. Two-factor authentication has been the norm for quite some time now, although some companies are raising the bar. Three-step authentication provides even more security, but some people might see it as a cumbersome …
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