According to Kaspersky, more than 30% of user computers were subjected to at least one attack in 2015. There were 1,966,324 registered notifications about attempted malware infections that aimed to steal money via online access to bank accounts. The following infographic outlines the top cyber security threats of 2016 and how to avoid them.
As more devices gain internet connectivity, cyber threats are moving beyond desktop computers to phones, cars, and even toys. It is estimated that 15 billion IoT (Internet of Things) Devices are available in 2015 and expected to increase to 200 billion by 2020.
Therefore, you should educate yourself if a device collects personal data, how it stores it.
As for the phishing and spear phishing, only a minute and a half after phishing emails are sent, infections begin to execute.
The risks associated with this increased mobile shopping activity comes from newer, less secure apps. Check a lot of countermeasures how to protect yourself from cyber threats in the infographic below.
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