Avoiding pirated content is easier with a little awareness of how pirate services work.
More streaming at home means an increased risk of malware infection.
Not all technology is created equal. And some disreputable devices have slipped through the cracks, claiming to offer access to free movies, TV shows and games.
Cybercriminals can't attack our PCs, devices and networks without our help. And our anti-virus software is unlikely to protect us.
More time working from home means greater susceptibility to cybercriminals' tricks and schemes, schemes which often involve offering free or too-cheap-to-be-true pirated movies, television and sports.
Pirated Content is Cheap for a Reason
Accessing pirated television, film and sports content is inherently risky. According to a report by Digital Citizens Alliance, nearly half of people who have...
In recent years the popularity of video streaming has surged due to its convenience and programming availability. As Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and more...
We all know that the Internet presents risks. That there’s value in our stored data. That hackers and thieves want in. Most of us...
Pirated content may expose children to inappropriate material.