Of course, we all want to have our smartphones in historic events like demonstrations to take selfies, stay connected to fellow protesters and post videos online. But at what price?
Cybersecurity is more important than ever – yet people and businesses don’t always have significant money to spend on protecting themselves. Here is how you can stay secure on a small budget
Hackers have been exploiting a bug in Twitter social media to unveil the identity of users through the discovery of their phone numbers.
Who was behind this hack?
Then the news arrived. In the first days of 2020 a malware named Dustman targeted Bahrain’s national oil company Bapco, according to Saudi Arabian cybersecurity agency.