The crash of the price of cryptocurrencies can provoke an increase in the number of DDoS attacks, according to cybersecurity experts.
To help you get the cybersecurity ball rolling, here we detail three top strategies to keep your cryptocurrencies secure in 2021.
How can you protect your bitcoins from cybercriminals? In this article, you'll find a few ways to dodge the clever snares of hackers.
PixelPlex, a software developer and a strong believer in blockchain technology, has announced an expansion of its blockchain consulting services. The full range of services is now presented on the updated webpage.
Zero-Knowledge Proofs allow you to avail data security while making any transaction. In this section, we will explain Zero-Knowledge Proofs in detail.
About a third of US SMEs accept crypto payments for their goods and services. There are several risks to consider, especially cyber fraud and cyber-attacks.
The self-proclaimed Bitcoin (BTC) creator Craig Wright has shown a document what he claims that explains the origins of the Satoshi Nakamoto pseudonym.
The cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, has just published a statement against the background of the news of Binance KYC data breach recently.
Headquartered in Tokyo cybersecurity firm TrendMicro has detected a crypto mining malware on Android phones and other devices operating on the aforementioned OS.
One of the main questions the experts keep asking themselves about this innovation - “is blockchain technology safe”.