Stories by Mark Gorrie
Gen supports cyber safety for small businesses through the Avast business portfolio
The Gen portfolio of solutions for small businesses will help small businesses and scale to stay ahead of the latest cyber threats.
Is ChatGPT’s use of our personal data even legal?
As the field is always evolving, laws and regulations surrounding personal data use in AI are likely to evolve too.
Deepfake and AI 101: Twelve tips to spot a deepfake
Deepfake technology can be used maliciously or with unethical intent, and this means deepfakes are a potentially dangerous tool.
Norton’s 11 tips to help protect your privacy online
Governments, businesses, and individuals can buy information about you that's been gathered online, like your health status, contact details and your location.
Twelve social media threats to watch for in 2023
There are so many social media platforms for us to choose from— and the same is true for cybercriminals looking to deploy their next attack.
The most common types of identity theft and top ten ways to avoid it
Put yourself ahead of today’s identity thieves by learning about five of the most common types of identity theft and how to prevent that from happening to you.
Deep web vs dark web: NortonLifeLock explains the difference
NortonLifeLock managing director for APAC Mark Gorrie explains what you need to know about the deep and dark web and the pros and cons of both.
Encryption: What it is, how it can help, and what to watch out for
When sending information on unprotected networks you leave your digital life, including bank and credit information, personally identifiable information and even social media login details, vulnerable to cybercriminals.
The future of digital identity: the need for systems reform
Identity credentialing, proving you are who you say you are, needs to catch up to the technologies available. Currently, most organisations use simple means.
Website spoofing: What to know about counterfeit domain names to keep from getting scammed
Have you ever visited the website of a well-established brand but something about it didn't seem right? That may not have been the brand's website at all.