In the first half of 2021, the number of organizations impacted by ransomware across the globe has more than doubled compared with 2020. Why the surge and how vulnerable is the U.S. to a major cyber attack?
Private browsers and search engines offer much more protection than using a regular browser or search engine, or a browser with privacy mode-enabled. They can shield your sensitive data, ward off third-party ads and trackers, and provide a safer browsing experience.
Ransomware and its effects are costing businesses and individuals more than $20 billion a year and the threat is not subsiding as malware agents continue to thrive. So how do you protect yourself and your business?
What really happens when you transfer your browser to the incognito feature? You may think you're completely anonymous on the internet but that's not what's happening. Still it does have some useful purposes.
Even if you use the "incognito" setting on your browser, your personal and search data are still being collected at an alarming rate. Private search engines and browsers aim to lessen your digital footprint.