With summer in full swing, it's important to consider some basic safety steps that go beyond packing sun screen and a GPS for road trips.
It's time to talk summer cyber safety. Here's our top five vacation cybersecurity tips.
A woman lives in Santa Monica, works in Los Angeles, and vacations at a national park in Montana. She tells Facebook none of this, and yet the social media platform manages to target hyper-specific ads toward her based on these locations.
Police forces have access to DNA testing along with a host of tools to help catch physical crimes. Digital crimes, on the other hand, it's the wild west.
When it comes to the question of Google and what it knows about billions of individuals around the planet, the truth can be unsettling.
Beauceron Security has been named as one of nine start-ups selected from across the globe to participate in the Cyber London (CyLon) accelerator program.
When it comes to increasing cybersecurity awareness, Beauceron continues to find new ways to help whether it's through our platform, social media sites, media interviews and now for the first time, through a book called the Language of Cybersecurity.
According to recent cybercrime statistics, BEC has stolen more than $5 billion dollars from unsuspecting victims worldwide, including Canadian businessesi. BEC is the second highest for monetary loss out of over 40 fraud types reported to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC). It’s real, it’s growing, but with increased awareness, it can be prevented.