Goodbye Traditional Passwords!

Welcome to the future of online security—where those long, hard-to-remember passwords may soon be a thing of the past! As guess what? Google has just set Passkeys as the default sign-in method for all personal accounts in its network, marking the dawn of a new

The end of an era: Goodbye WordPad

Believe it or not, after an impressive 30-year run, Microsoft is finally pulling the plug on WordPad, the humble text editor that has been a part of Windows since its debut with Windows 95. Yes, that’s right, the app that has bailed us out of

How To Protect Children From Online Threats

The internet has become a fundamental part of our lives for quite some time now. With the positive results of easy access to interactive learning through digitization comes the risks like cyber threats and cyberbullying. According to 219 data on cyberbullying through Canadian Health Survey

October: Cyber Security Awareness Month

As the coronavirus continues to make us work from home, the cybercriminals are getting laser-focused at finding their next target. These hackers are mainly focused on attacking small and medium-sized businesses because the hackers know that SMBs are focused on surviving in this challenging time.

Top 5 Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Software For Canada

Two-factor Authentication or 2FA is an enhanced security layer to your sign-in process for your devices, apps, and online accounts. There are three ways an 2FA sign-in verification functions – by entering physical codes from an app, approving sign-in with a click on an app

Evite Cyber Attack Incident Confirmed

In Mid-April, reports were circulating on the internet that the e-card company Evite was hacked by a self-identified hacker who claimed to have attached 44 companies in total. The hacker has confirmed that – since mid-February, he has been putting batches of hacked data on

May 2020: Cyber-attack At York University

This time cybercrime hit close to home. May 2, 2020, York University was hit by a ‘major cyber incident’ that affected their Office 365, website, on-campus access to the internet, VPN for remote access, CRM for student email communication, internal drives and more.   Cyber

Has Canada become the Hunting Grounds for Hackers?

A recent study by Nordlocker has shown in 2020 and 2021 that Canada is ranked third for being the target of ransomware attacks. According to the report, the ‘US has 732 cases, the UK 74 cases, and Canada 62 cases’. The study proves hackers are not discriminatory

Everything You Need To Know About Denial of Service (DoS) Attack

We are only two months in to 2020, and cyber-attacks are already on the rise in Canada. A week ago, University of Saskatchewan was hit with an online denial of service (DoS) attack. Read the full story on the CBC website. What happened? The University of