Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

What Business Owners Need to Know About Protecting Their Data

False sense of security? Even major apps and platforms can fall victim to security vulnerabilities.
Smartphones

Court: Cops Can't Force You to Unlock a Phone With Biometrics

A California federal judge rules that police cannot compel users to unlock their devices with facial recognition, fingerprints, or other forms of biometrics.
News and Trends

The 7 Types of Ecommerce Fraud Schemes You Should Know About

Who knew there were so many ways for people to cheat and steal?
Cybersecurity

How Secure Is Your Messaging App?

Here's how to tell whether your private messages could be hijacked or whether they're safe from prying eyes.
Cybersecurity

For the Average Hacker, Your Small Business Is an Ideal Target

You're not too big to be hacked. Here's how to avoid becoming a statistic.
Cybersecurity

'Donald' Makes It on Annual Worst Passwords List

The President's first name came in as the 23rd most frequently used password, behind old favorites such as 'monkey' and 'qwerty.'
Cybersecurity

3 Ways to Make Employees Your Best Cybercrime Fighters

Computer security is a top priority, but is your team staying apprised of threats and best practices? Here's how to ensure they are.
Cybersecurity

500 Million Marriott Customers Have Had Their Data Hacked

Affected hotels include W, Sheraton and Westin.
Cybersecurity

Security Trends Your Company Needs to Embrace in 2019

IT innovations create risk until new cyber security solutions, like AI and authentication, rise up to meet the challenges they present.
Technology

Yes, Hackable Dolls and Insecure Fridges Really Are a Thing

If it's connected to the internet, it's at risk.
Technology

Google Home and Amazon Echo Can Store Your Voice Recordings. Here's When They Could Be Used Against You.

There are instances when the government or other authorities can access your smart home assistant data. Here's how the devices work -- and how to delete recordings.
Cybersecurity

The Day the Polls Stand Still: An Unspoken Critical Infrastructure Threat to Election Security

To protect the security of our electoral processes we need to think like an attacker and truly understand their motives.