At one time or another, we’ve all connected to the Internet via public Wi-Fi – at a coffee shop, in a hotel, on a plane. The convenience is irresistible, but few people are aware that public Wi-Fi is one of the biggest risks to personal and business security because these networks are so easy to attack for hackers. Cybersecurity experts answer these questions: Are any public WiFi networks safe? What harm can be done on these public networks? And how can you protect yourself against this risk?
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Even an Info Security professional can fall victim to a prevalent hacker ploy: spoofing, as Alphonzo Albright learned. Luckily he caught it before damage had occurred. Here are tips how you can protect yourself from such a scam.
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