May 18, 2019

Singapore Passes Bill To Criminalise ‘Fake News’ Online, Including Social Media

Following Malaysia, Russia, and Vietnam who have passed similar laws, Singapore is now following in their footsteps with the passing of their latest fake news bill, despite concerns raised by journalists, academics and global technology companies over free speech and abuse of power.   WHAT THE LAW COVERS The Protection of Online Falsehoods […]
May 9, 2019

Chrome Browser Will Block Tracking Cookies With New Tools

Private web browsers really seem to be gaining more traction in 2019; and we are loving it! For all the Chrome users out there (who Chrome claims makes up two-thirds of all global browser market share) this is good news as Google announced that it is all set to release new tools that […]
May 3, 2019

10 Ways To Reduce The Risk of A Cyber Security Data Breach

We live in a world where it is impossible to go about your daily life without having some form of your data stored with a company, whether it is your social network, your bank, your office, or even the retailers you shop with. Data breaches are just getting bigger and bigger, with hackers […]
April 27, 2019

5 Ways To Anonymously Browse Facebook

Facebook works with over 190 marketing partners that work with thousands retailers and advertisers. All of your Facebook data is shared with hundreds of data broker companies, all of which are equally vulnerable to cyber-attacks, like the one that happened to Equifax. Data brokers who bought your data from Facebook will sell it […]
April 19, 2019

Brave: the Privacy Browser Which Rewards Users Tokens As You Browse

Like many of you out there, you might be a Chrome browser addict, with Chrome usually being adopted as your main browser of choice for its convenient integration with Google services, extensions, and syncing across devices. But what if you could have a browser similar to your current Chrome one, but with faster […]
April 13, 2019

6 Android Apps Which Automatically Transfer Your Data To Facebook

Back in December 2018, UK advocacy group Privacy International (PI) published a study which outlined Android apps which share sensitive personal data with Facebook, even if a user did not have a Facebook account. You may know that Facebook tracks its users, but did you know it also tracks non-users and logged-out users […]
April 6, 2019

How Malware Is Spread Via Streaming Sites & Torrents

Malware is coming. Hey Game of Thrones fans, we know Season 8 is premiering in slightly over a week, and we too can hardly wait to see who will survive in the first episode alone. (FYI, Team Snow FTW) As paid entertainment subscriptions become increasingly prevalent in the way we consume our movies, […]
March 31, 2019

What Is Web Isolation?

Almost every company in this increasingly digitalised future depends on the Internet to sustain their business. And no Internet experience is complete without using a web browser as its window to the World Wide Web. This is something cyber criminals are more than aware of, which makes aiming at employee web browsers such […]