McAfee, part of Intel Security, has announced its annual 12 Scams of the Holidays list to educate the public on the most popular ways cybercriminals scam consumers during the holiday season as they surf their digital devices.
Jimmy Kimmel, comedian and late night host of Jimmy Kimmel Live, has replaced Lily Collins (Mirror, Mirror) as McAfee’s most dangerous celebrity to search for online.
McAfee, part of Intel Security, has released findings from its Future of Technology: 2025 study, which examines the thoughts and attitudes of more than 7,000 consumers from 12 countries about lifestyle and technology trends.
One in three Singaporean teens have had experience with cyberbullying. Of this number, 61% have witnessed cyber-bullying of others, one in three have ‘cyberbullied’ others (29%); or have been cyberbullied themselves (28%), according to a McAfee study.
According to McAfee’s Consumer Mobile Security Report, 80% of mobile apps today collect location information about users, 82% know the device ID, and 57% track when people use their phones.
In observance of the annual World Password Day on May 7, McAfee, part of Intel Security, and its partners have kicked off an effort to help educate consumers worldwide on the importance of password safety in the wake of the multiple global security breaches.