Tag: cybersafety

We’ve officially touched down in Las Vegas for CES 2019! If you aren’t familiar with CES, it is the global stage for innovators to showcase the next generation of consumer technologies. With the growing consumer technology landscape, we understand the importance of creating new solutions for those who want to live their connected lives with ...
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Online gaming has seen a rise in popularity over the years. Many people see it as a way to unwind from a stressful day or complete new challenges. However, just like any other internet-connected channel, online gaming can expose users to a variety of cybersecurity risks. So, to examine the relationship between cybersecurity and gaming, ...
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In my last piece, I broke down the who, what, and how of cyberbullying, as most people are unaware of how the problem actually takes a variety of forms. With multiple types of cyberbullies and methods for digital bullying impacting kids today, the phenomenon’s effect on society is nothing short of powerful. In fact, according ...
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Pay-per-install, or PPI for short, is a type of software program that presents users with third-party offers while they are in the middle of another download. If a user clicks on the third-party advertisement, the software developer earns money from the download. One specific PPI program has caught the attention of our McAfee ATR team, ...
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The internet has allowed society to stay connected in more ways than ever before. We can speak to strangers across the globe, connect with loved ones in an instant, and share our lives publicly. As much as the internet has connected us in positive, eye-opening ways, its interactive nature has also created a new problem ...
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Holiday stress. Every year, come November, my resting heart rate starts to rise: the festive season is approaching. Not only is there so much to do but there’s so much to spend money on. There are presents to purchase, feasts to prepare and party outfits to buy. Throw in a holiday to fill the long ...
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