Jovi Umawing
Malware Intelligence Analyst

Technical writer, researcher, and marketing fellow fascinated by psychology, architecture, and supercars. A habitual night owl.

November 15, 2017 - You may have heard of catfishing, where people lure romancers online by faking their identity. But what about catphishing? This dangerous practice uses similar romantic triggers, only its goal is to dupe users and businesses out of personal info.


November 8, 2017 - After a troubling week for Google not so long ago, the company is under the spotlight once more for missing a phony Whatsapp that, after further investigation by several members of Reddit, was found laden with adware.


November 7, 2017 - In the first installment of this two-part series, we saw several crimes consumers should make sure they are on top of to significantly lessen the chances of encountering them in the future. For this post, we're going to look into each digital crimes that keep small businesses and large enterprises up on their toes. No, we don't have Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) in the list. Yet.


November 1, 2017 - News of attacks come and go so fast, sometimes it's hard to keep track. We've done the work for you, sifting through scores of reports to bring you a compilation of digital crimes that are on the rise and what you can do to protect yourself.


October 25, 2017 - Although lucrative and future-proof, being part of the cybersecurity workforce doesn't just require one to be knowledgeable about code, network topologies, or social engineering tactics. People are still the most critical part of a business's security process.


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