Hackers: How they Get In, How They Got In

May 23, 2014

Hacking is more relevant than ever, with the recent events with the Playstation 3 and other such hacks. This infographic goes into the details of just how hackers are able to do what they do best. Source

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State of Spam

January 18, 2014

We asked average Joes about how they react to spam, phishing threats and malware. Source

Virus Resistant Cassava for Africa

Virus Resistant Cassava for Africa

June 25, 2013

A humanitarian project aimed at enhancing food security in Africa, by working to develop cassava varieties with resistance to devastating viruses and deliver them to smallholder farmers. Source

20% of Facebook links lead to viruses

20% of Facebook links lead to viruses

May 14, 2013

More than 20 percent of Facebook News Feed links lead to viruses, according to ZoneAlarm. This number seems suspicious, but regardless of how high it is, here’s what you need to know. ZoneAlarm has released an infographic regarding Facebook security. The first part is straightforward and tells us a bunch of statistics we already knew: […]

Tips on Buying Antivirus

Tips on Buying Antivirus

April 27, 2013

Are you in the market looking to buy antivirus software but don’t have the funds to get the one you think is the best out there? If this is what you relate with and are feeling dejected about any chances of owning a reliable antivirus program than think again since there is a silver lining […]

Three Decades of Hacks

Three Decades of Hacks

April 26, 2013

Popular Science asked us to create a series infographics to illustrate the history of hacking. The illustrations were featured in the April 2011 issue of Pop Sci. They accompanied an article about the dangers cybercriminals pose to security as our data is stored and processed more and more on remote servers. Source

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How Hackers Steal Your Data

February 24, 2013

Dashboard infographic for a Raconteur report on Secure Business featuring in The Times newspaper (UK). This visualisation shows the different avenues hackers take when trying to steal data from businesses. Source

Two Decades of Malware

Two Decades of Malware

December 11, 2012

Threat metamorphosis and the shifting motivations behind digital threats (malware, viruses, etc). Source

Antivirus Information

Antivirus Information

November 6, 2012

The most attacked brands are Paypal, eBay and Facebook but users should wonder out loud, are you safe? Download these charts for an educational read and startling reminder of why users should always run antivirus on their computers. Source

The Flu Virus

The Flu Virus

October 6, 2012

It is by no means harmless – it kills between 50 and 200 people per million every year, especially the elderly. Flu can kill in several ways. It can destroy your lungs or damage them so much that bacteria run riot and finish the job. Your immune response to the virus can trigger a crisis […]

Computer Invaders: 25 Infamous Viruses Over last 25 Years

Computer Invaders: 25 Infamous Viruses Over last 25 Years

September 17, 2012

Computer viruses have been around for a long, long time — pretty much as long as personal computing and mainstream software development — and they’ve been making international news since the Internet graduated from a researcher’s toy to a tool for consumers. If you’ve ever wondered what the first viruses were like and just how […]

The common cold

The common cold

September 2, 2012

A basic overview of the common cold. Source