Often thought of as a mix between Instagram and eBay, the social shopping app Depop has become hugely popular in recent years with over 15 million users now using the platform to buy and sell their old clothes, or vintage items. Targeted mainly at Gen Z shoppers, who make up 90% of its users, the … Continued
Card-not-present fraud accounts for billions of dollars in losses worldwide for online merchants. We take a closer look at what it is in our latest post
Having been around for over two decades now, we take a look at exactly what PayPal is and if it is a secure payments option
With deepfake technology making headlines it is important to know exactly what it is and whether or not it is dangerous
Paying contactless has become increasingly popular because of its ability to enable seamless and convenient transactions. But how do I know that it’s secure? Read on to find out!
With the deployment of Wi-Fi 6 many of us might be wondering exactly how it differs from previous generations of wireless connectivity and if it is worth upgrading to
We recap on previous Just Ask Gemalto posts to see how our advice can help you stay safe this Cyber Security Awareness Month
Did you know that you can disable Face ID and Touch ID on your smartphone device? Here’s how you do it.
Corrupted files are computer files that have suddenly become inoperable or unusable. Corruption can happen quickly and unexpectedly, leaving the user unable to open or access the file and data. If you’re experiencing troubles accessing a file but not sure if it’s corrupted, an easy way to check is if you’re receiving one of the … Continued
With a variety of contradictory information in the public domain about the possible fire risks associated with charging your smartphone while unattended – such as when you sleep – it can be tricky to establish whether there is a safety risk associated with doing so. This post will help give you a better understand of … Continued