The Internet is a global network made up of different webs of various organizations and companies. All of them depend on physical servers located in countries all over the world with their own regulations and laws. Despite being considered a universal and free space, we are approaching a definitive change on the Internet. Continue reading
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Digital citizenship is crucial when we notice how much time we spend connected to the internet. Our work, communication, and entertainment are linked to the internet, so understanding our rights and obligations is crucial. Continue reading
Artificial intelligence went from being simple science fiction to being part of our lives. Although we are still in a very preliminary stage, it is expected to generate a revolution similar to the one caused by the Internet. Continue reading
Today, implementing security measures for your digital business is not an option. Every day, there are more people connected to the network. Attackers take advantage of this situation to steal data, for example, in 2021 cyberattacks were detected in more than 70% of Latin American companies. For this reason, many companies have increased their efforts in security. Continue reading
The arrival and creation of the Internet opened all kinds of frontiers for us. Thanks to the web, information is closer than ever before and gives us a feeling of freedom. However, the infinite access to knowledge that we think we have can be biased. This is due to the existence and use of algorithms by web search engines such as Google and social networks. Continue reading
30% of all web pages in the world are made with WordPress, a Content Management System (CMS) launched in 2003. Although this tool has many advantages, it is one of the platforms with the greatest possibility of being hacked or attacked. According to a report by Sucuri, 83% of the sites created with this CMS have suffered an attack attempt. Continue reading
Since 2018, the way Internet companies store data has changed, especially in companies like Facebook and Google, because the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. This regulation refers to a compilation of rules promoted by the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, and the European Commission, regarding data and security.
Internet users are getting younger and younger: 7 years has been established as the average age of starting Internet use (Unicef,2017). For this reason, protecting their children in this environment is a growing concern for parents.One of the forms that have gained importance is parental controls in its different formats. These tools support and accompany parents’ efforts to educate their children about digital citizenship.
An SSL certificate is a digital credential that authenticates the identity of a website and enables an encrypted connection. The acronym SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. Typically SSL is used to protect credit card transactions, data transfers, and logins.
By definition, a social network is an Internet application that allows you to create content and share it with other users. It’s this community aspect that makes them so popular, but it is also what can put our privacy at risk. It is important to note that maintaining security and privacy on social networks is essential. It is a way to protect our computers, but also to prevent our personal information from being leaked online.