Articles by Aviva Zacks
Aviva Zacks is a content manager, writer, editor, and really good baker. When she's not working, she enjoys reading on her porch swing with a cup of decaf.
Leon Schumacher, co-founder and CEO of Pretty Easy Privacy, was kind enough to sit for an interview with Safety Detective’s Aviva Zacks so she could ask him how he sees hackers both as a threat and as a solution.
Safety Detective’s Aviva Zacks had the opportunity to sit down with Uri Rivner, BioCatch’s co-founder and CCO, to ask him about why his company focuses on securing the data of the financial sector, what “vishing” is, and where he believes the cybersecurity industry is headed.
Cybersecurity expert Aviva Zacks chatted with Ryan Toohil, CTO and one of the founders of Intrusta Antivirus, to find out how his antivirus company stays ahead of hackers and competes in the antivirus industry.
Safety Detective’s Aviva Zacks sat down with Avira’s CEO Travis Witteveen to find out how consumers can protect themselves from hackers threatening their smart devices.
Safety Detective security expert Aviva Zacks sat down with GamaSec CEO and co-founder Avi Bartov to find out how he got interested in cybersecurity and where he thinks the industry is headed.
You work hard to keep your children safe from so many different dangers, but every day they are exposed to countless threats online. Predators, disturbing content, identity theft attempts, and other things you wouldn’t let them experience in real life are all waiting for them.
Shockingly, 1 in 5 U.S. teenagers say they have been approached in a sexual way by strangers online; only 25% told their parents.
As a parent, that’s terrifying.
A friend calls you to go out for drinks this evening, but the voice on the other end of the line isn’t you. Your friend double-checks the number. He’s not mistaken. You’ve become one of the countless individuals who have their phone number stolen by cyberjackers every year.
Safety Detective interviewed Rebekah Moody, Director of Fraud and Identity, at ThreatMetrix, which develops tools to help businesses prevent online fraud. Here’s what we found out:
If you stream videos online, you may have seen a few unpleasant popups, like NSFW ads for porn websites. Unfortunately, one wrong click can infect your computer with malware. Then a hacker can steal your passwords, credit card info, and other private information. Luckily, there are a number of different ways to protect yourself and your computer when streaming videos online.