Cybercrime is a growing problem that seems to keep getting worse each year, and 2022 is no different. To give you an idea of just how serious the situation is and why we need to take decisive action as soon as possible, here are 21 alarming cybercrime statistics from 2022.
There are many threats online from hackers looking to steal your passwords to ransomware trying to hold your machine and data hostage. Thankfully, there are many tools you can use to keep your home internet safe and secure. In this blog post, we look at some of the most common threats and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.
While problems with your home internet may crop up from time to time, it’s usually fairly easy to do basic troubleshooting with your WiFi connection and get your service working again. The main types of issues that can occur are a slow connection, no connection, or a security breach. In this article, we'll walk you how to go about fixing each one.
The changes in the workplace brought on by the internet will cause us to reinvent how we understand work. Yet while the internet has been commonplace in business and people's homes for at least the last 20 years, its influence often remains more with what we can do than what we are doing.
While you may not be able to completely protect your child from danger, there are still plenty of things you can do and one of which is to make smart use of parental controls. While the name might conjure up images of obsessive helicopter parents spying on their children, this is an unfair association. Parental controls are a useful tool that makes it easier to keep kids safe from a variety of online threats.
This should give us an idea of how significant Google has become in our modern lives. But just how deep does Google's dominance go? After all, Google is much more than just a search engine. It's also an email client (Gmail), a social video site (YouTube), an office suite (Google Drive), a mobile operating system (Android), and much, much more.
When most of us think of smart homes, we think of futuristic houses where we walk in and are greeted by the voice of a computer. This version of a smart home may never come true but thanks to the internet, specifically the Internet of Things, we’re closer now than we have ever been before to having homes that are just as smart if not smarter than us.
The internet has changed many aspects of our lives, mostly for the better. However, one area where the internet is changing the way we do things that gets people excited is education. Digital technology has opened the door for many new ways of learning, and this provides a promising picture of the future.
The internet started a shopping revolution with the birth of ecommerce. A large portion of the buying process can take place in the comfort of our own homes and with the invention of the smartphone, there has been huge growth in mobile shopping and digital promotion of stores and products. It has also allowed ecommerce giants such as Amazon to thrive while several well-known high street retailers have shuttered up their stores for good.
Still, it gets its reputation from horror stories. And while this isn't totally unwarranted - there are plenty of reasons to be suspicious about someone who wants to hide their online activity - there is a lot more to the Dark Web than meets the eye. Here is everything you need to know about the Dark Web in 2022: