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Your Cyber-Enemy May Not Be the Person You Suspect

The less-obvious risk often is the most dangerous. Protecting your company and personal assets starts with understanding real versus perceived threats.

How Well Does Your State Protect You From the Aftermath of Data Breaches? (Infographic)

Data breach notification laws vary across the U.S. Here's a guide to see how well your state laws protect you.

Rose Leadem

Blockchain Is How We Can Protect Our Privacy in a World of Ubiquitous Surveillance

Decentralized information sets give citizens greater privacy, freedom of speech and protection of wealth.

Mick Hagen

We Need an Internet Bill of Rights

We cannot preserve the good things about the internet if all the bad things are left unchecked.

Recycled Passwords Are Putting Your Company at Risk

Use the same password for every account? You've captured a hacker's heart.

Sandor Palfy

Robert Herjavec's Dos and Don'ts: From Cryptocurrency to Cyber Hygiene

The 'Shark Tank' star offers best practices to protect your business from hacks, leaks and the cost of cleaning up afterward.

Sarah Austin

5 Takeaways for Entrepreneurs From Facebook's User Privacy Mistakes

One of the world's largest, richest and most successful companies has botched customer trust and crisis communications.

Facebook's Data Scandal and Europe's New Data Privacy Rule Have Massive Implications for U.S. Entrepreneurs

Facebook's accelerating fall from grace comes just as the EU is implementing what is likely to be the global gold standard for data regulation.

Arndt Groth

No One Is Safe From the Data Breach Epidemic (Infographic)

In today's digitally connected world, there's a good chance your information has been exposed at some point.

Rose Leadem