Despite a huge increase in shopping on mobile handsets, shoppers do not have security in place to protect the identity and credit card data stored on the devices, according to Tripwire.
PrivacyGuard released the results of a survey aimed at observing and identifying a number of online behaviors that consumers willingly partake in that could put them at risk of fraud and identity theft.
The NSA’s notorious insider breach has caused 52 percent of IT security professionals to reconsider their approach to user and systems administrator privileges, yet the majority aren’t taking action, according to Avecto.
Over the past few years, the personal data theft landscape has changed as online behaviors and activities evolve.
Riskive unveiled FriendGuard, a free app that leverages advanced math and science to protect individuals and families against social identity theft and malware attacking their social accounts.