With the internet‘s increasing prominence in everybody’s lives (and not only in their private lives but with work as well), time spent online is on the increase – unfortunately, so is cybercrime.
Codecov is the name of an online software testing platform and reporting tool that inserts coverage metrics into CI (continuous integration) workflows. In essence, it’s there to help find coding problems. The company’s tools are widely relied upon, with some of its biggest customers including IBM, Procter and Gamble, Atlassian, GoDaddy, and the Washington Post.
The COVID-19 novel coronavirus has fundamentally changed the way that many people work. Data security is paramount. Shelter in place orders mean that more people than ever are now working from home.
The pressure to protect company networks through security has never been higher than today. Cybercrime affects companies of all sizes, and its costs run into trillions, making online and network security more important than ever.
Life can be hard as a startup as it can be challenging to penetrate the market and compete with the larger, more established brands. There is no guarantee for success, but often you will find that startups that utilize the latest and best technology often put themselves in the best position and find success.
You may have encountered the issue while watching your favorite streaming service, that certain content is unavailable in your region. You may think that Netflix is filled with unlimited content to keep you busy, but there is a world of geographically-restricted content which you’re not getting access to.
Online privacy has been a lingering issue. More so after Google openly admitted tracking users’ movement despite location history has been turned off. It really is a concerned. If you are not concerned at this point, you really should. Why? Simple. Just take your mobile phone for example. You were on WhatsApp, exchanging conversation with …
Your business might not have ever experienced a Trojan virus or harmful malware on your computer, but that does not make you immune. If a PC does experience a malware issue, you can follow our top tips for a successful removal. It is common for malware to infiltrate a computer via a corrupted download. Many people often download a seemingly trusted file, only to later discover the installation has reaped havoc across their computer.
Once-upon-a-time, all we had to worry about were the kind of computer security threats that could be swiftly taken care of with a good antivirus and anti-malware application. But today, cyber threats have moved into the big league, and they can take down entire companies, hold governments to ransom, swing elections results, ruin a nation’s …
The moment you get onto the Internet, you can kiss privacy goodbye. When online, you are effectively putting your privacy out in the open, allowing Big Brother (AKA the government, not the reality TV series), your Internet service provider, and companies, to read into your web activities, search history, and even physical location. Most people …