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10 09, 2021

How to securely send files


Professionals are always on the lookout for the most secure way to send documents online. As you might know, secure file transfer is not that easy to do. If it really were, we wouldn’t be talking about it so often. In this article, we’ll give you some insight into [...]

25 08, 2021

Ethical hacking: interview with a Jimber employee


What is ethical hacking? Ethical hacking is a legitimate practice of hacking into a system to find possible data threats and breaches in a network, application or data. Cyber security professionals do this with consent of the company to try the network’s wards. Therefore this procedure is fully prepared, approved [...]

11 08, 2021

What is browser isolation?


Browser Isolation or Web Isolation is the technology that contains web browsing activity within an isolated environment. This environment is separate from the user’s normal working environment. This protects the user from malware because the malware does not actually enter the device directly. Instead, it enters inside the isolated environment [...]

25 05, 2021

Russia’s cyber security strategy


As you've probably heard before, Russia receives a lot of allegations of cyber attacks. This has led to sanctions and even expulsion of Russian diplomats. In this article we give you a look into the world of Russian cyber crimes. Expertise There are a lot of Russian computer experts. [...]

11 01, 2021

Dos and don’ts when using public Wi-Fi


I'm sure you've used public Wi-Fi before. But did you do that safely? Here are some dos and don'ts when surfing on a public Wi-Fi. DO: Only Visit sites using HTTPS.  Log out of accounts when you're not using them. Use a VPN to make sure your public Wi-Fi connections [...]

31 12, 2020

Most reports of cyber incidents ever in 2020


The threat is growing The centre for cybersecurity in Belgium CERT received over 5500 reports of cyber incidents in 2020, which is significantly more than in 2019. Every year we see a growth in these numbers. The reports went from phishingfraude, viruses to ransomware that froze entire companies. [...]

18 12, 2020

Keep it safe in 2021


The holidays are coming and we will all agree these holidays will be different from the ones we used to know. A lot of family members and friends might be missing at the Christmas table this year, but we are able to contact them online. We are used [...]

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