Windows computers can be complicated and challenging for the average user to keep running smoothly at all times, but it’s not impossible. Multiple variables at play can ruin your user experience and system performance, making it sometimes tricky to pinpoint precisely what’s happening. For example, junk files cluttering your internal storage can build up over time and slow things down.
Scammers reach out to the victim via email, call, or text message, posing as a government or a big company official and asking for money or personal detail.
— Timothy Benson
Life should soon start to improve for distributors of mobile computing devices, with supply issues expected to ease in the second half of the year.
Market watchers at Context have been peering into the crystal ball and have come up with a couple of scenarios that factor in component supply constraints and the impact of cost-of-living challenges.
Cyber-attacks are a serious threat to many companies across different industries. Hackers are becoming smarter and more advanced at penetrating firewalls and other security measures. In 93% of cases, external attackers can penetrate a company’s network perimeter and gain access to their local network resources. The demand is high for preventative measures.
According to a cybercrime study, 43% of cyber-attacks
Kaleb Worku, a senior cybersecurity student in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences at Augusta University, has been named the 2022 Undergraduate Student of the Year by Blacks in Cybersecurity, a meetup group and conference series that elevates the Black community in cybersecurity.
According to the latest edition of the (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study, although
Scammers saw the opportunity and played their best by posed as big organizations or governments to convince people to give them their hard-earned money.
— Timothy Benson
In this high-tech world, communication is done 99.999% via electronic gadgetry, which means computers. From personal to corporate communications, from simple messages between employees to complicated ciphers of industrial espionage or financial crime, computers are the vehicles. Thus the best place to find evidence of employee misdemeanor in almost all aspects is to check his computer hard disk. Whether it
Awhile ago I was hired by a computer forensics company to work as a consultant. This is a term that mingles detective work, marketing, and sales. Forensic investigative work takes years of training and passing several certifications, like IACIS, the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists. After a crash course in computer forensics, I continued my research.
Computer forensics is