Sim Swapping

Almost everybody owns a mobile phone these days. By using a mobile phone, you automatically run a cybersecurity risk. One of the most notorious mobile phone attacks, next to phishing by SMS, is SIM swapping.

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How Chaos Engineering can improve your Cybersecurity

Chaos Engineering intentionally introduces failures into a system to test its resilience and identify weaknesses. Chaos Engineering aims to build confidence in the system’s ability to withstand unexpected events and improve its reliability. You do this by running “chaos experiments” that simulate failures or disruptions in the system and observe how the system responds. By proactively testing for failures, organizations can identify and fix vulnerabilities before they cause significant issues in production.

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Quantum Computing | An Introduction

In the 1980s, researchers introduced the first proposals of using quantum-mechanical phenomena to perform computational tasks, and since then, researchers have been working to develop practical quantum computers. In the early days, these efforts were largely theoretical. Still, in the past few decades, quantum computers have become more functional, and researchers have built prototype quantum computers that can perform specific tasks faster than classical computers.

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WiFi Networks | How to Protect your WiFi Home Network

Almost all families have a WiFi router in their homes nowadays. A router provides internet access to the whole family and is the digital front door of your home network. This front door can be wide open or adequately closed with the right locks. In many cases, the front door is wide open, granting easy access to outsiders that shouldn’t have access.

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Backup Strategies | Your first line of defense

Most companies are fully aware of Ransomware attacks nowadays and understand the importance of Cybersecurity. Although many of these companies invest heavily in preventive solutions like EDR, MDR, and XDR, they tend to forget to set up (and test) a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) in case of a Ransomware attack.

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