Teach your children about the risks of streaming illegal content and how to protect themselves. Here are five tips to keep the family safe...
Our experts sound off on "too good to be true" content. When it comes to piracy devices, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
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.
Educating your children about the risks associated with pirate content will help keep your family's home network secure and your sensitive information safe.
The Digital Citizens Alliance (DCA) reports that as more Americans turn to streaming, cyber threat actors have become more active than ever and it’s time we take piracy seriously.
I think we can all agree that watching TV shows, movies, sports, even children’s programming is very different from how it was when we were kids, but have you ever thought about the potential risks associated with streaming illegal content?
A common repercussion of viewing pirated content is malware infection, the effects of which range from annoying to painful.
Cybercriminals can't attack our PCs, devices and networks without our help. And our anti-virus software is unlikely to protect us.
Don’t download illegal content
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.