My good buddy Paul Lubic, over at Paul’s Home Computing Blog, recently posed this challenging question to his readers – Do you wonder what future cyber security threats the cyber crooks are working on to steal our money?
Paul, a cyber-security expert whose professional background includes cyber-terror prevention and preparedness, doesn’t leave his readers hanging however. He’s in the process of writing a six article series (Upcoming Security Threats), in which he puts together the pieces of this puzzle in his mission to cultivate a new level of cyber security awareness in his readers.
Currently available articles:
Yet to be posted – but, on the way:
Hackers controlling your car
GPS jamming and spoofing.
So that you don’t miss out on these last two, you might consider subscribing to Paul’s site.
Boring, repetitive, but nonetheless – undeniably true.
Ensure you have adequate knowledge to protect yourself and stay ahead of the cybercrime curve. Make a commitment to acquire the knowledge necessary to ensure your personal safety on the Internet. In a word, become “educated”.
If you lack this knowledge the answer is simple – you can get it. The Internet is loaded with sites (including this one), dedicated to educating computer users on computer security – including providing application reviews, and links to appropriate security software solutions.
Paul’s excellent series, is a strong example of the available resources aimed at helping undereducated Internet users become aware of significant changes in the Internet security landscape. A definite recommended read.
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