Digital privacy and physical privacy are connected. With so much of your personal information floating in cyberspace, learn why it is critical for you to protect the data you store on your computer or use online.
Defend your identity against cybercriminals who are constantly working to obtain your personal information. Learn what actions you can take when online, reading email, or chatting with friends.
Protect yourself while playing without compromising performance or response time. Whether at work or at play, ESET understands the importance of performance for gamers.
Energy sensitive, ultra-mobile and modestly powered desktop PCs like netbooks and nettops need a security solution that's compact, light, and effective. ESET products deliver proactive protection against cybercrime and malware while taking it easy on your battery life.
You would never leave your home unprotected, but what about your computer? Online protection is vital as identity theft, viruses and other serious threats to our security become commonplace. Read more about how you can protect against the many problems you may face with the help of the right antivirus software.
Most homes now have a PC that is used by all members of the family, but how do you know you are protected from viruses and other online security threats? Identity theft is a very real problem these days, so if you want to make sure you are properly protected you should read on to find the security softwarethat will protect your home computer.
The phone rings, you answer you are asked to quote your name and offer confirmation of your address before the caller says I’m calling from a reputable company such as Microsoft. The so called engineer informs you that there has been a report made by your internet service provider about a serious problem with your computer.
The National Fraud Authority reports that identity theft is affecting more than 1.8 million Brits each year and costing the state £2.7 billion. Users can take a few simple steps to ensure they keep their identity safe. Ensure your antivirus software is up-to-date, regularly check your credit report, always check your bank and credit card statements carefully and don’t throw anything with your name, address or financial details without shredding first.
So here are the basics. Your password should be as long as possible 14 characters where ever possible and use the entire keyboard the greater variety of characters the better!
Internet content filtering software can block access to inappropriate content by looking for keywords or checking against a list of known sites. Some internet browsers allow you to create a list of accepted sites and block access to all other sites.
As more and more instances of lost customer data have been reported in the media over the past few years consumers are feeling reluctant about volunteering their personal information, with over 50% of British consumers reporting that they fear falling victim to identity fraud according to the latest report from Unisys
Social networks provide a fun, interactive way to bestow content to the internet and keep in touch with your family and friends. The social networking giant Facebook have just announced they have over 500 million users world-wide and 26 million in the UK alone.
The internet has revolutionised the way we live our lives - enabling us to read the news, enjoy entertainment, carry out research, book our holidays, buy and sell, shop, network, learn, bank and carry out many other everyday tasks.
A Trojan that specifically harvested Facebook login credentials managed to steal more than 16,000 credentials.