Securing children's Internet browsing is something not to be overlooked

Cyber-maltity is not just about business or government. In particular, everyone can be targeted because the interests vary according to the actions of the hackers. Children are usually also targeted when they connect to the Internet. This article will also interest you: Parental control to secure your children's connection Whether intentionally or unintentionally, directly, or … Continue reading Securing children's Internet browsing is something not to be overlooked

Google and YouTube fined $170 million for failure to protect children's personal data

The U.S. court recently condemned US digital giant Google and its entertainment subsidiary YouTube. They will have to pay the US$170 million fine in the United States. A very large sum, so we ask why? What were the reasons for such a conviction? This article will also interest you: When YouTube gets rid of content … Continue reading Google and YouTube fined $170 million for failure to protect children's personal data

Computer attack on SolarWinds: intern singled out for password leak

Recently, the CEO of the Texan company SolarWinds pointed the finger at an intern for allegedly promoting password leakage. Although in some ways no reconciliation has been made between this leak and the attack suffered by American society. This article will also interest you: SolarWinds strengthens its cybersecurity As a reminder, the cyberattack that affected … Continue reading Computer attack on SolarWinds: intern singled out for password leak