Did you know that in 2020, virtual private networks (VPNs) were being used by at least 26% of ALL internet users? VPNs are a huge market, with an estimated worth of almost $20.1 billion. Today, we’re going to explain what they are, if you need one, and our recommendation for what VPN to try!
This is part II in a series of blog posts we have written about Internet Safety. Let us know in the comments if you like these articles. Plus if you haven’t read the other articles, you can check them out below.
In our previous internet safety article, we gave you some tips to polish up your Internet safety skills. We also asked what you do to stay safe online and received a host of helpful comments. We’ve summarized your best tips below in what we’re calling “Internet Safety 202.”
It’s tax time and the deadlines are fast approaching. If you’re in Canada, the due date for your taxes this year is April 30th, while in the US, May 17th is the date to keep in mind.
Tax season used to mean mountains of paperwork, but recently more and more people have been taking advantage of online software to file their taxes. While filing your taxes online can definitely save you a lot of time, it also opens the door to digital threats that you may have not even been aware of!
With your safety in mind, we’ve put together a cybersecurity checklist to help keep you and your information secure this tax season!
Who would have thought that Valentine’s Day would be such a popular holiday for Cyber Attacks? Unfortunately, Cupid’s arrow wont be able to protect you against these threats. Whether it’s a phishing scam, malware attack, or phony advertisements, who wants to spend Valentine’s Day worrying about cybersecurity?
Follow these tips and tricks, so you can focus on your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.