Episode 40: Network Spring Cleaning Spring – at least meteorological spring – is upon us. And one tradition of the season is spring cleaning, when you take a look at your stuff and decide what stays and what goes. Our own Anthony Mercho joins us to do his best Marie Kondo when it comes to […]
Network Security Explained
Featured Threat Dictionary Term
Surveillanceware is a type of malware, often associated with mobile devices, that allows bad actors to capture victims' normally private online activity. This can include texts, messaging apps, geolocation data, photos, documents, voicemails, and even phone conversations. While it behaves much like spyware, a key difference is that it is used for specific targets rather than large groups of users. Watch for suspicious apps and emails to avoid infection.