Since schools have turned to remote learning at the beginning of current semesters, there have been waves of cyber-attacks on students everywhere. Due to the use of personal devices and home networks for learning purposes, students of all ages are in danger of cyber-criminals stealing private information. Fox 11 sits down with Axiom CEO Jon Wolfe to talk about the dangers of hackers, and the importance of having strong cybersecurity during this adjustment to remote learning.
As schools all over the country turn to remote learning environments for the coming semester, there has been an extreme rise in cyber-crimes and hacks on students using personal devices. Axiom CEO Jon Wolfe discusses the threats posed by these cyber-criminals, and offers tips on protecting students online while they attend school remotely.
Fox News highlights Axiom Cyber’s HakTrap device as a primary defense against cyberattacks during remote learning
Kurt “The Cyber Guy” Knutsson shows how the HakTrap device “will block out and shut down attacks before they even get in,” showcasing the importance of the device as schools everywhere resort to online learning.
California schools will be using remote learning, bringing new challenges for security risks on home devices
All public schools in California are using remote learning this fall, creating a new set of concerns for parents with children who will be online several hours a day, and facing new security risks and vulnerabilities. Jon Wolfe, Axiom Cyber CEO provides tips and best practices to prevent cyber-criminals from victimizing children, and how parents can rapidly detect if their systems have been inadvertently compromised. Learn more by watching the attached video.
Axiom Cyber Solutions in the News
KTNV – July 15, 2020
Axiom Cyber CEO Jon Wolfe discusses the latest Twitter Celebrity hack, where thousands of unsuspecting users donated cyber currency to a hacker’s account.
LA Story – April 24, 2020
Due to the massive shift into remote working due to COVID-19, there has been a huge upscale in cybercrimes. With many people unprotected online due to the sudden change of work environment, Axiom Cyber CEO Jon Wolfe shares tips to staying safe online during remote working and learning.
USA TODAY – April 4, 2020
With Coronavirus scams becoming increasingly more common as many people transition to working remotely, USA TODAY shares how Axiom Cyber Solutions’ HakTrap device can protect against any phishing scams and cyber-threats that try to take down at-home networks and devices
“Tech It Out” with Marc Saltzman – April 3, 2020
Award-winning podcast host Marc Saltzman sits down with Axiom CEO Jon Wolfe to discuss how Axiom Cyber Solutions’ new HakTrap device can be of incredible use during the mass transition to remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic
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