As new security threats develop, publishers of apps, browsers, and operating systems continously elevate their software to combat the latest threats.
Computer viruses and other malicious software (malware) are designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access to devices and networks.
Small actions make a big difference when it comes to securing your devices and everything on them.
Your home's Wi-Fi router is the primary entry point for cybercriminals to access your connected devices. So, securing your network will help protect your info and identity.
Speakers, thermostats, security cameras, or fridges that are connected to the internet form what's called the Internet of Things (IoT). While a home with IoT devices makes life more convenient, every connected device introduces a possible security and privacy risk.
Knowledge is key to protecting your home network and identity.
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