Computer jargon can be complicated and make understanding exactly what’s happening with your computer difficult. In this blog we seek to explain some common PC processes and jargon.

Mark James, ESET IT Security Specialist, gives us some answers to common questions relating to malvertising, Android malware and ransomware.

Okta, a cloud IT company, recently released its first Secure Business Agility Report. Which discovered that 65% of IT Leaders believe that their business will be hit with a serious breach in the next 12 months.

For work and leisure, we’re rarely away from our connected devices, whether these are laptops, tablets or smartphones. The obvious benefit is that we’re constantly up to date with work and reachable at all times by colleagues, family and friends.

Malware is constantly on the rise and it seems like large scale breaches are an almost daily event. Headline grabbing breaches are just the tip of the iceberg however: multitudes of normal computer users will be infected with malware and potentially have their precious data stolen every day. With that in mind, here are 10 tips for staying as safe as possible while you explore the internet.

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