Think Twice Before Sharing That!

Almost everyone nowadays uses some form of social media, whether it be Facebook, Instagram or something else entirely. Social media can be a fun way to connect with others, but many people don't use caution when posting content on social media platforms. People tend to overshare all over social media...

Yes, Nigerian Prince Scams are Still a Thing.

Have you heard of the age old Nigerian Prince scam? Sometimes called a 419 scam, these scams promise its victims large sums of money in return for a seemingly small fee. "The 419 scam is an infamous advanced fee fraud tactic that originated in Nigeria and has since spread around...

Password Pitfalls to Avoid

We get it. Passwords can be a pain to keep track of and remember. Having to meet password requirements such as mixing capital letters with special characters can get frustrating. Are all these password requirements really necessary? Well, yes. Weak, shared, and overused passwords allow attackers to access sensitive personal...

How To: Avoid COVID-19 Scams

Cybercrime has risen significantly since the COVID19 pandemic started. Cybercriminals are taking advantage of this terrible time to prey on people and make money by scamming the vulnerable. In this post, we want to educate you on what to look out for so you don't fall victim to these COVID19...

The Importance of Updates

Updates.  I know we’ve all encountered those pesky pop-ups requesting we reboot our computers s updates can finish, or those alerts we get on our phones constantly bugging us to update. Are updates really necessary? Do we really have to schedule in time to update our PC's and mobile devices?...

Covid & Cyber-crime

With many people working from home and being nervous about the current pandemic, cyber criminals are taking advantage of this. There has been a major surge in cyber crimes. People working from home are at a huge risk, as they may not know how to properly secure their computers or...